Leros offers a simple but attractive combination of gently curving hills, green plains and orchards, and countless sheltered bays of crystal-clear blue water.
The most enigmatic of the Dodecanese Islands is a place of untouched natural beauty and a rich treasury of history and architecture. Evidence of some of the most fascinating episodes of 20th-century European and Greek history is all around, from the architectural utopia of Lakki, built during the Italian occupation, to the World War II wrecks of ships and aircraft which have remained in its waters since the legendary Battle of Leros. Truly cosmopolitan and genuinely hospitable, Leros is the ideal travel destination for anyone who wants to get away from it all in a place where nature and culture co-exist in perfect harmony. You can visit it by choosing a ferry ticket to Leros.