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The island of Limnos


May 2, 2013 the island of limnos

The island has an elongated shape, 260 km long from east to west and between 15 and 60 km wide.

Lemnos is located in northeast Aegean and features stunning sandy beaches, impressive archaeological sites and small villages that still keep the local flavor, friendly people. You can enjoy one of the most breathtaking sunsets with view the Mt. Athos (Agion Oros).

The island has an elongated shape, 260 km long from east to west and between 15 and 60 km wide.

Lemnos is located in northeast Aegean and features stunning sandy beaches, impressive archaeological sites and small villages that still keep the local flavor, friendly people. You can enjoy one of the most breathtaking sunsets with view the Mt. Athos (Agion Oros).

Beaches

The beaches of Lemnos might not find anywhere in the Aegean. Whether you want hot or cold water if you're a fan of sailing, Limnos is the place of your destination. Worth visiting: 1. The Riha Nera in Myrina 2. Avlonas on the road to Kaspakas 3. St. John the Kaspakas 4. The beach Nefgatis after Thanos 5. On the beach in the village of Plati 6. Thanos beach 7. Keros village Kontopouli 8. The Gomati at Sardis 9. The beaches and Chavouli Fanaraki in Moudros. 10. In Parthenomyto at Hagia Sophia 11. The Kokinovrahos at Kaminia.

Attractions

Myrina dominates the Venetian Castle. Here you can see dozens of deer variety DAMA - DAMA. Shortly after Sardis and the way to the beach Gomati, do not forget to visit the region "Thick Sandy", an area reminiscent of the desert, surrounded by a lush landscape that you will not find anywhere else in Greece. It also helps if the weather off the coast of East Lemnos, you can see very clearly Samothrace, Imbros and Tenedos yet.

Arceological Sites

1. In "Poliochni" must visit the oldest parliament in the world and one of the first organized societies in Europe. 2. The "volcano", according to mythology, was the seat of the god Hephaestus. 3. The "Kaveiria, which still remain mysterious rituals that was taking place there in ancient times. 4. In Kotsina believed to have buried his wife last Byzantine emperor, Constantine Palaeologus.

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