Leros is situated 90 miles (145 kilometers) northwest of Rhodes and 180 miles (290 kilometers) east of Athens, the capital of Greece.
See for yourself why Dodecanese Islands is so universally-loved by local and international travelers alike, by hitting the road and exploring the wonderful man-made and natural attractions in the vicinity of Leros. You may also wish to check out Sapsila, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southeast, and Patmos 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southeast.
When you come to Leros, why not experience Kalymnos. Approximately 15 miles (24 kilometers) to the southeast, this regional transport and shopping hub is home to Symplegades Rocks, Kalydna Crag and Telendos Island Ferry Dock. Kantouni Beach, Kalymnos Climbing Guide and Grande Grotta are other good spots to visit.
Get outdoors and make a tour of Dodecanese Islands' fascinating open-air museums and open-air exhibits. Dodecanese Islands has been graced with a rich religious history; so take the time to visit the area's beautiful monasteries.
This region has a number of places for spearfishing, so check you fit that into your itinerary. Wind surfing is another popular watersport here. Dodecanese Islands offers some great ways to get into its unique landscapes. Active types can join one of the rock climbing and mountain climbing adventures available.
When your time is up in Leros, put the lens cap back on your camera, spend your last of your euros, and bid Yiá sou (farewell) to this special place.