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Posted by anastas87 on
Category: Lesvos Vatera
Vatera beach is the biggest beach of Lesvos. I was there for two months, July and August, and I usually went there for swimming every day. It is a sandy beach of 7 km and totally protected from the summer strong winds. When I saw the beach for the first time, it seemed to extend forever. I loved the crystal clear waters, it is an ideal place for swimming, water sports, fishing or even sailing. It is very safe for the children as the water is shallow for some meters long. We mostly spent our time there reading books, though sometimes it was very crowded but that wasn't really a problem. Some days we went early in the morning and we enjoyed the peacefulness of the place while drinking our coffee. There are plenty of picturesque taverns and restaurants in the area. Also there are many bars and cafes for a lovely evening walk.
Posted by niamh on
Category: Lesvos Molyvos Beach
Lesvos is a very big island and you have so many things to see that a week is not enough. We didn't have the chance to see most of the beaches and buses are not that helpful. We spent our week on Molyvos and focused to explore the close area, so we missed nice spots on the sourthern side, like Plomari and Vatera. Anyway, what we managed to see was nice. Beaches of Molyvos and Petra was wonderful, a bit pebbled but very clean. Molivos has excellent fish taverns and locals welcome you. I asked the hotel owner to book us a car for a couple of days and he did found us a car in very good price (50 euros for three days!). So, we explored a bit the area.
The Petrified Forest (close to Sigri) was a bit disappointing. We arrived there in the afternoon and it was closed. We saw a bit from the fence but didn't seem to us so gorgeous as we expected it. Village Mandamados was also nice. We run on it by chance, when we got lost on our way from Mytilini to Molivos and it looked very traditional to me, although I hadn't noticed it in any advertisement. Also go to Eresos to swim and to Kaloni to try fish. They say that Kaloni has the best fish in Lesvos.
Posted by filobr35 on
Category: Lesvos Agios Isidoros
Agios Isidoros is a very long and sandy beach. We stayed in a camping site close to it. We rarely went there in the daytime because it was very crowded. I preferred going there in the evening, just after the sunset. To me this was the best time to go for swimming since we were almost alone.
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