Saint Dimitrios

Αγ. Δημήτριος, Λήμνος
  • Αγ. Δημήτριος, Λήμνος

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It is a village with refugees from Reis Dere of Erythrea in Asia Minor. People of Lemnos say that here “people follow their own path”.

They were great horse breeders, with great experience in olive, raisin and tobacco cultivation, and also famous chanters. Taking roots in this new homeland, they became main producers of grapes, wine and ouzo of the area.

The village is known for its vineyards and high quality grapes, and that’s why it has many raki distilleries. If you come here early in autumn, when stills are warmed up to produce raki, make sure you are invited in a raki distillery.

You will never forget the revelry, hospitality, wining and dining of people of Lemnos.

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