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Mytilini Marina, Lesbos, Greece

known as Mytilene Marina, Lesvos

Mytilini Marina is a small port located on the coastline of Greece, in the city of Mytilene with immediate access to the Aegean Sea. This place is an oasis of peacefulness, away from crowded cities and everyday buzz-It is a paradise for those in search of nature and relaxation. History enthusiasts will find this area amazing because of its multitude of historical landmarks. The Mytilene Castle is one of the biggest and most famous establishments of its kind in all of Greece and provides tourists with the chance to explore military artefacts and gravesites of famous soldiers. Also, Mytilene offers the opportunity to visit one of the biggest and most famous mosques on Lesbos Island called The Yeni Tzami. Enjoy a fantastic holiday and pamper yourself in the luxurious suites of these hotels: Hotel Lesvion, Pyrgos of Mytilene, Orfeas Hotel, Hotel Sappho and Porto Lesvos. Taste the extraordinary Greek cuisine in these fine restaurants: Kalnterimi, Antonis Ouzeri, Dolce Vita and Martano.

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Attractions in Lesbos

The lush, green island of Lesvos named also Lesbos (/ˈlɛzbɒs/; Greek: Λέσβος Lesvos, pronounced [ˈle̞zvo̞s], sometimes referred to as Mytilini after its capital) is similar to no other Greek island. It is the third biggest of the islands in Greece after Crete and Evia. Virtually unaffected by the mass tourism that has transformed different islands into event congregations,

Lesvos is the ideal spot to visit for individuals who desire to encounter the genuine Greece. Located in the northeastern Aegean Sea, the island which is sometimes referred to as Mytilini, after it’s capital, is separated from Turkey by the narrow Mytilini Strait. The island is forested and mountainous with two huge crests, Mt. Lepetymnos at 968 m and Mt. Olympus at 967 m, commanding its northern and central segments.

As per Classical Greek mythology, Lesbos was the benefactor divine force of the island. Macar was supposedly the first r... more info