Limnos is a part of the northern Aegean island complex with a great history and natural beauty. It has been home to ancient and Byzantine cultures that have left their traces within the traditional villages as well as the archeological sites.
Its unique coastline creates numerous sandy beaches with crystal clear waters ideal for swimming and fishing.
Water activities like surfing and scuba diving are also becoming an indispensable part of the island’s culture, not only during the summer, but throughout the year.
The island of Limnos produces a variety of dairy products, fruit and vegetables and is especially known for “Kalathaki” cheese and Muscat wines.
Culinary delicacies include a variety of pescatarian dishes, traditional “flomaria” pasta and almond pastry sweets.