• Rare ecosystems

Rare ecosystems

This gifted place, also, hides a large variety of precious ecosystems. Its volcanic landscapes, wetlands full of migratory birds, sand dunes far away from the sea, grasslands rich in quarries and indigenous plants, and its waterfalls reveal an exquisite beauty and uniqueness.

A different air

Arriving at the island via airplane or boat, a different air welcomes you. Your visit to Lemnos is accompanied by an inevitable and fascinating trip in time.

It constitutes a crossing of civilizations and place where nature joins harmonically with the gentleness of people and glaring light of Aegean tints. Lemnos, imperious and humble at the same time, is waiting for you for anything unforeseen you may ever imagine.

Glowing and windy according to Homer, it blossoms and is renewed slowly and that’s why it remains a rare and famous destination. However, it doesn’t cease disposing of a singular tourist profile, with new beauties and surprising upgraded services.

Lemnos remains till today touristically unexploited, although there operates one of the most modern airports of Aegean. So, everyone who pursues authenticity in holidays may seize the opportunity to visit it.

  • Chortarolimni lemnos


    It is a brackish lake of 2,300,000m2, which belongs to the administrative district area of the village Kalliopi. It is completely dry in summer, but the rest of the seasons it looks like a blue painting in green background, with hundreds singings of Herons, Ruddy Shelducks, Black-winged Stilts and Pied Avocets, which give their own fight for survival.
  • Lemnos

    Rare ecosystems

    In recent years, scientists of the environmental organization WWF HELLAS (Worldwide Fund for Nature) were surprised registering in Lemnos not only the largest in extent wetlands of Mediterranean, but also the best-preserved.
  • Flora - Fauna, Lemnos

    Flora - Fauna

    Nowadays, there are many thorny bushes in the island and in some locations, a rare kind of oak.The total lack of forests is mainly due to cattle-breeding, but also to special geological conditions and strong winds.
    During summer, a small sea lily grows in coastal sand dunes. But, take care not to cut it, because it belongs to protected species. Just let it give you its stimulating aroma.