MENU

Keros

(3 votes)
The beach at Keros is recognizable by her continuous run of huge waves and the inundation of surfers. Keros is located in the municipality of Moudros, hidden and protected by the gulf, just 2 km from the village of Kalliope.…

Neftina

(2 votes)
Found in a quiet and peaceful location, and near the village Kontopouli, the scenic beach Neftina has a long and pretty sandy, white shoreline and deep-blue waters, ideal for a swim far-off from the hustle-and-bustle of everyday life and the…

Makri Gialos

(0 votes)
To the south of ancient Poliochnis, you’ll come across Makri Gialos, which, as its name suggests, is among the most extensive on the island, stretching out for several kilometers. Looking from above, the sandy beach appears to never end. Here…

Romeikos Gialos

(2 votes)
If you are looking for a nice place to go swimming in the city of Myrina, you don’t need to look further than Romeikos Gialos Beach. Set against the backdrop of a majestic, medieval castle, the shallow, crystal-clear waters and…

Myrina beach

(1 Vote)
The beach at Myrina, rightly named after the island’s capital, is located along the western coastline and in the heart of the city. Myrina Beach carries with it an international flair that makes it popular with the locals and visitors…

Avlona

(2 votes)
On the main road to Kaspaka, in a picturesque bay just a kilometer from the capital city, sits the beach at Avlona…distinguished by her transparent, clear-view waters and simplistic, sheer beauty. There are no signs of tourism development here, just…

Plati beach

(3 votes)
Also close to downtown Myrina, just a couple km away, is the popular beach in the village Plati. This inviting, sandy shoreline is a favorite with the locals and the tourists not only for its convenient location and easy access,…

Gomati

(1 Vote)
Next to the village of Katalakos, and at a distance of 20 km from the island’s capital of Myrina, you will come face-to-face with one of the most beautiful sights on Limnos, Gomati Beach. The impressive and vast sand dunes…
Subscribe to this RSS feed

How to arrive

follow us

Newsletter