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Psara Marina, Psara Island, Greece

Psara Marina is a large size harbour situated in the city with the same name and the only one on the Psara Island. Psara is the top rated visiting place amongst tourists and will provide the chance for you to experience dolphin watching in the deep waters or diving in the shallow waters of the Aegean Sea. You can participate in the local volleyball tournament on the famous beach of Kato Gialos or enjoy the sun on Katsounis Beach, Lazaretta or Lemnos beach. The most important landmarks on the island are Church of Agios Nikolaos and the Monastery of the Dormition of Virgin Mary where you can admire rare manuscripts and Virgin Mary’s icon. Book luxurious suites in these superb hotels: Xenonas Psaron Hotel, Psara Apartments, Kato Yalos Hotel and Restalia Apartments. Prepare yourself for an explosion of flavour as Greek cuisine is one of the best in all of Europe. Enjoy delicious seafood dishes in these marvellous restaurants: Spitalia, Ta Delfinia and Taverna Fabrika.

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Attractions in Psara Island

Psara (Greek: Ψαρά, Psará) is the biggest of an islands group that incorporates seven islets. Psara is the largest of an island cluster that includes seven islets. The smaller islands include Antipsara, uninhabited today, Kato Nisi, Aye Nikolaki, Daskalio, Psaronisi and Nisopoula. Together, they make a suitable place for peaceful and relaxing vacation.

Psara is nowadays a popular holiday destination in Eastern Aegean, with a lovely selection of accommodation, traditional hotels, rooms to let and excellent taverns. The island has been inhabited since the Mycenaean period, its occupants depending on the abundance of the sea to nourish themselves, as the island is a treeless and rough area with little growth or vegetation. Homer initially alluded to the island as Psyra.

The islanders' sole source of livelihood has mostly been fishing, partly due to the local copious resources of slipper lobsters and shipping. In the recent years, ... more info

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