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   Lipsi Island

HISTORY

Lipsi, is an island in the Northern Dodecanese, south of Samos, north of Leros, east of Patmos, with just about 700 residents. It is a quite island where people still live a traditional lifestyle and farmers still ride on their donkeys, mules or horses to the fields. Much of the land on Lipsi was owned by the Monastery of St John the Baptist, on Patmos.

Lipsi Island - Greece
Lipsi Island - Greece Today, you can see small, white, blue domed churches dotted all over the island's rolling hills, which gently slope down to meet the sparkling sea. Lipsi's coastline consists of a number of small bays, sheltered coves & beaches with shallow crystal clear waters.
Relax away your day at the beach or at sea, to one of the other nearby islands and then enjoy the evening at a taverna in the village harbor. As for facilities, Lipsi does not lack many of those you would find on larger islands. Lipsi Island - Greece
Lipsi Island - Greece SIGHTSEEING There are a variety of taverns and restaurants serving top quality local specialties, fresh seafood, as well as, international dishes. There are also several supermarkets where you can buy any supplies you might need. The two bakeries of the island sell soft, fresh bread every day. As for nightlife it is limited to a few cafes, cafeterias and a couple of bars.
In cases of medical emergencies, on the island there is also the Local Infirmary manned with a doctor all year round. For legal matters the Police are always available. Last but not least, there is also official currency exchange at the Post Office. The local museum displays artifacts from the island's history, dating back as far as the 4th century BC.
From this time on, the island was inhabited by people of Hellenic descent. There is road network covering most of Lipsi. The distances between the harbor and the rest of the island are quite short. If you start to walk to any direction, within 15-45 min. you will find yourself on the other side of the island, right on the coast. Otherwise, you can always rent one of the few mopeds running on the island or take the local buses. Lipsi Island - Greece
Lipsi Island - Greece Lipsi is ideal for people who enjoy a quiet holiday close to unspoilt nature in the beautiful Mediterranean climate. First of all, anywhere you might want to go, has easy access. A selection of 14 major beaches along with the innumerable small ones and tranquil little coves, makes your holidays anything but boring. There are also little islands around Lipsi. During the season there are boats crossing over and back.
Spending a day on one of these little islands, swimming, getting a tan, snorkeling in crystal clear waters, Barbequing on tiny "private" coves, would be an unforgettable experience. But if you are the "traveling type" you can always take a day trip to Patmos, Leros, Kalymnos, Kos or Samos, to go sightseeing or shopping. When the night comes, doing what the locals do, is highly recommended. Lipsi Island - Greece
 

HOW TO GO?

  Take the ferry from Kusadasi to Samos (Port of Samos known as Vathy) then take the other
ferry from Pythagorion to Lipsi.

-Kindly note that we cruise from Kusadasi every Wednesday and Friday to Pythagorion Port
 and rest of the week to Vathy Port of Samos Island.

 

 
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