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Leros
Leros island is one of the 12 main Dodecanese islands, located between Patmos and Kalymnos in the South east Part of the Aegean sea. Its surface is about 54 square kilometers with a length of 15 km and a least width of 1,5 km about. Its coast line is about 46 kilometers, there are a few smaller islands around Leros ideal for daily excursions.

 Leros has a very good infrastructure that makes easy to the visitor to go around the island by car or by scooter. Leros is the Green island of Dodecanese .Tamarisk, Eukalipt, Lemon Orange and Pine trees, gardens with roses and boucavilies making Leros a Paradise in the Aegean sea.

 The travel to Leros can be either from Athens by Airplane or Piraeus by ferry boat, on a daily basis. The island has daily connections from April to October with fast boats (hydrofoils) with the other surrounding isles of Dodecanese like Patmos, Kos, Kalimnos, Symi, Nisyros, Rhodes Lipsi and Samos.

A mountainous, green island with high cliffs and many small bays and villages, Leros is a popular holiday resort which still has kept most of its genuine atmosphere. One of the reasons is that it is not too dependent on tourism.

Many of the buildings on the island are built in Italian style, but you'll also find those typically Greek little white houses with blue doors and windows.

The people on the island live off agriculture, some work in the island's mental institution, and in summer tourism is another source of income. Because Leros has a very large natural port, many sailing boats and luxury yachts arrive here in summer, giving the island an international flare.

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