A destination offering a great variety of activities. Diving opportunities revealing impressive wrecks, underwater excursions in pure waters encountering seals, dolphins and sea turtles that live around the island, immaculate beaches with tamarisk and oak trees providing shade and a few organized beaches equipped with sun beds.
Leros is a also a preferred gastronomic destination, particularly by visitors from Turkey. The local cuisine consists of a big selection of delicious traditional, but out of the ordinary dishes at rather low prices and the small vineyards of the island meet the demand of the local market. The island is also famous for its cheeses and honey.
Accessible by ferry boat from Athens Pireus Port, some 10 hours, or by plane from Athens, a 50 minute flight, or through the island of Kos, approximately 1 hour.