Daphne, Lemnos
  • Daphne, Lemnos
  • Daphne, Lemnos

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An amphitheatrical village, built among hills planted all over with thymes. It is said that never came here a Turk during Turkish domination.

Walk through its narrow streets and get into the church of Saints Anargyri, which is built with stone from Malta. Coming out, scan from high the villages Atsiki and Karpasi.

The road will lead you to the marvelous northern sandy beach of Gomati, at the location of Saint Nikolaos. This is one of the most tranquil and trackless beaches of the island.

Don’t be confused, if the locals tell you that the church is of Agia Varvara.

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