Upcoming Events

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Sep
5
Thu
Lesvos Euphoria International Festival
Sep 5 – Sep 8 all-day

Euphoria Festival

Lesvos is a popular destination to yoga and alternative sport groups from all over the world from the early 1960s.

From ancient times, Lesvos has been a source of special energy and inspiration for numerous writers, musicians, artists and philosophers such as Aristotle and Theofrastus, Arion the Guitarist and Terpandros, Sappho and Pittakos, one of the 7 Sages of Ancient Greece. It is the ideal location for guests to rediscover themselves and to lay down mechanisms that will help them cope with the fast pace and the stress of every day life.

The 3-day festival, 5 – 8 September 2019, will be rich in events for both locals and visitors of all ages and levels, with teachers and specialists from all over the world inspiring and guiding us.

Oct
28
Mon
Η Επέτειος του ΟΧΙ – “Ochi Day”
Oct 28 all-day

Celebration of Greece’s refusal to yield to the powers of the Axis in 1940.

In October 1940, Benito Mussolini, backed by Germany, demanded to occupy Greece. General Ioannis Metaxas famously responded “Ochi!” – “No!” in Greek.

Dec
25
Wed
Christmas Day
Dec 25 all-day
Jan
1
Wed
New Years Day
Jan 1 all-day
Mar
25
Wed
Greek Independence Day
Mar 25 all-day

Independence Day Molyvos 2013On March 25, 1821 the Bishop of Patra, Germanos, began the uprising that started the War for Independence. Today it is celebrated with parades by school children in many villages on the island. Independence Day also coincides with the religious Feast of the Annunciation, so it is also a religious festival.

Oct
28
Wed
Η Επέτειος του ΟΧΙ – “Ochi Day”
Oct 28 all-day

Celebration of Greece’s refusal to yield to the powers of the Axis in 1940.

In October 1940, Benito Mussolini, backed by Germany, demanded to occupy Greece. General Ioannis Metaxas famously responded “Ochi!” – “No!” in Greek.

Dec
25
Fri
Christmas Day
Dec 25 all-day
Jan
1
Fri
New Years Day
Jan 1 all-day
Mar
25
Thu
Greek Independence Day
Mar 25 all-day

Independence Day Molyvos 2013On March 25, 1821 the Bishop of Patra, Germanos, began the uprising that started the War for Independence. Today it is celebrated with parades by school children in many villages on the island. Independence Day also coincides with the religious Feast of the Annunciation, so it is also a religious festival.

Oct
28
Thu
Η Επέτειος του ΟΧΙ – “Ochi Day”
Oct 28 all-day

Celebration of Greece’s refusal to yield to the powers of the Axis in 1940.

In October 1940, Benito Mussolini, backed by Germany, demanded to occupy Greece. General Ioannis Metaxas famously responded “Ochi!” – “No!” in Greek.