Leros is a unique island with Neoclassical mansions, beautiful beaches, and lovely traditional music. It is located close to Patmos and Kalymnos and it is ideal for relaxing summer holidays. While visiting Leros, you can see many popular attractions, such as the Traditional Windmills or the imposing Medieval Castle. Some ferries depart from Piraeus port in Athens to Leros approximately 3 times per week, while the trip lasts 9 hours. This route also connects Leros with other islands of the Dodecanese and the Cyclades. Leros island is connected by ferry with Kos, Patmos, Rhodes, Ikaria, Symi, etc.
Below, you will find information on how to get to Leros by ferry, where to buy your tickets, and information about Leros, and its port, along with many photos.
- How to get to Leros by ferry from: Athens (port of Piraeus), Kos, and Patmos
- What types of ferries go to Leros
- Where to go from Leros by ferry (nearby islands)
- Why book your ferry tickets with us
- Information about Leros island
- Information about the port of Leros
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