The most important attractions in Leipsoi

Beautiful beaches on the island of Leipsoi are considered a good destination and escape from civilization, as it is not very well developed in terms of tourism. It is located between Leros, Patmos and Arches. Leipsoi has only one village of the same name, which is also a port on the southwest coast. It is connected by ferries to all the islands in the group, as well as to Samos from the North Aegean.

One-day cruises are organized to the neighboring islands of Patmos and Arki, as well as to Leipsoi and the archipelago of small island islands that surround it. There is a road network on the island and even a local bus that can take you to some of the more distant beaches in the north. The longest distance from the southernmost to the most northernmost point of the island is approximately 7km, so if you stay for more than a few days, you can walk around.

Leipsoi offers accommodation in small family hotels, rooms for rent and several villas. The village has a bakery, taverns and cafes, mini markets and a small medical center. Although small, Leipsoi has many beaches hidden in small coves. Most of them are narrow and rocky, or mixed with a little sand, but for the smaller ones you can enjoy complete privacy.

The most famous beaches of Leipsoi are Plattis Gialos (and probably the most sandy), the twin beaches Xyrokambos and Turkommima, Kyizim and Katsadia. In the summer of Plattis Gialos and Katsadia, there are beachfront restaurants. According to the data, Leipsoi existed from prehistoric times, but there are no historical sights on the island. Bookmark and Share

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Natural attractions in Leipsoi

The best thing you can do while you're on Lippi is relaxing and enjoying the small blue water beaches or going for a day trip to some neighboring islands such as Arches and Agathonisi. The small island of Leipsoi is considered a good destination for escape from civilization, as it is not very well developed in terms of tourism. It is located between Leros, Patmos and Arches.

Leipsoi has only one village of the same name, which is also a port on the southwest coast. It is connected by ferries to all the islands in the group, as well as to Samos from the North Aegean. One-day cruises are organized to the neighboring islands of Patmos and Arki, as well as to Leipsoi and the archipelago of small island islands that surround it.

There is a road network on the island and even a local bus that can take you to some of the more distant beaches in the north. The longest distance from the southernmost to the most northernmost point of the island is approximately 7km, so if you stay for more than a few days, you can walk around. Leipsoi offers accommodation in small family hotels, rooms for rent and several villas.

The village has a bakery, taverns and cafes, mini markets and a small medical center. Although small, Leipsoi has many beaches hidden in small coves. Most of them are narrow and rocky, or mixed with a little sand, but for the smaller ones you can enjoy complete privacy.

The most famous beaches of Leipsoi are Plattis Gialos (and probably the most sandy), the twin beaches Xyrokambos and Turkommima, Kyizim and Katsadia. In the summer of Plattis Gialos and Katsadia, there are beachfront restaurants. According to the data, Leipsoi existed from prehistoric times, but there are no historical sights on the island.

Because of the great remoteness of Leipsoi's land, there is not too much influx of tourists, so this place is ideal for lovers of relaxed and secluded vacation.

Getting to the island is simple enough, as there is enough regular communication with the port of Piraeus and with the islands of the Dodecanese archipelago. A particularly popular island of Leipsoi is in August, when there is a religious holiday Panagia Harrow (patron of the island) and Wine Festival.

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