Lipsi Villages

Lipsi villages

The only town in Lipsi is Lipsi Town, which is the capital and main port of the island. This is where most facilities and services are concentrated. Most tourist accommodation is also found there. Spread around the island, there are few settlements with rooms to rent.
Some hotels and accommodation are located in the main village.
After you have seen the Lipsi villages, you can also find information about the best beaches.

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Guide to 1 village

Discover our guide to 1 Lipsi villages. They are all presented with detailed description, photos and their location on a map of Lipsi. For the most popular ones, we also provide information about sightseeing in the area, a selection of hotels and reviews.

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Location: Located in the southern side of the island
Description: Lipsi Town is the main harbor and capital of the island. A lovely place with traditional architecture, this is where most activities and services are concentrated.



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Sunset in Lipsi island
Lipsi july 2015, Lientou is the closest beach to the town and the port of Lipsi, accessed within a 10-minute walk from the town centre. Being the most popular beach on the island With clean water and sandy shore, Lientou provides a nice place for families.
Lipsi july 2015, Katsadia is a narrow beach 3 km south of Lipsi town. Katsadia is best described as a small secluded cove, totally unspoilt with no sunbeds, umbrellas and tourist facilities. It can be easily reached on foot or follow the track road with your private vehicle. Next to Katsadia lie a couple of small coves, ideal spots for nudits.
Lipsi july 2015, ortodox church in town
Lipsi july 2015, ortodox church in town
Lipsi 2015, it's a tiny island of Dodecanese, Lipsi Greece is geographically located between Patmos and Leros. Due to its small size and the long distance from Athens, this island has not developed much in tourism and remains a peaceful, alternative destination.