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Leros has connections with Agios Kirikos/Ikaria, Chios, Fourni, Myrina/Limnos, Mytilene/Lesvos, Pythagorio/Samos and Vathi/Samos (Aegean Islands) and Katapola/Amorgos, Mykonos, Naxos, Paros and Syros (Cyclades Islands) and Agathonisi, Arkyi, Astypalea, Chalki, Kalymnos, Karpathos, Kasos, Kos, Lipsi, Nisyros, Panormitis/Symi, Patmos, Rhodes, Symi and Tilos (Dodecanese Islands) and Kavala and Piraeus (Greece) and Bodrum and Turgutreis (Turkey). The ferry connections to Leros are covered by the maritime operators A.n.e.kalymnoy, Blue Star Ferries and Dodekanisos Seaways which offer 110 weekly sailings with maximum duration of 24 hr 35 min and all day departures. Some of the sailing companies operating this crossing have hydrofoils available, which speed up your journey if you are a foot passenger, but if you want to travel with your vehicle, it is also possible find ferries suitable for transporting vehicles.
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Guide of LEROS
Leros, unlike the other Dodecanese islands, is unexpectedly green and lush. It is great for walking with mountains, valleys and delightful bays. Although it is a well-known holiday destination Leros still has an air of authenticity and the island's inhabitants are still fishermen and farmers who in the summer are dedicated to tourism. History According to the legends, Leros has been inhabited since ancient times by people from Anatolia. Its long history is similar to the other Greek islands, being taken over by the Dori, the Persians, Athenians, then the Spartans, Byzantines and t... [More information]