I have just found stunning aerial videos taken around the coast of Lesvos.
Click on the locations below to see the Lesvos aerial video from some of my favourite locations.
The entire coast of Lesvos is covered. I keep finding beaches that I love and want to add to the list, so visit the website to see your favourite.
These videos show Lesvos from angles that most of us just don’t see and will make you fall in love all over again.
Now, will somebody do a video like this of Agiassos? PLEASE!
Many visitors to Lesvos are unaware that there are two remaining sections of the Roman aqueduct.
You can read more at Roman Aqueduct near Lambou Mili.
There is even a map showing you where to find it.
Lesvos Calendars have 2 different calendars for 2020.
At only £8.99 each, they are excellent value for money.
Go on, buy Aunty Joan a present for Christmas.
Or you could treat yourself!
Every month you can show your friends why you love Lesvos so much.
Can you us help build molyvos.eu? The site needs pages with information about attractions all around Lesvos.
If you have visited Lesvos and would like to write a guide/review or add photographs then we need your help. This site is only as good as the information we provide. We need your help to make this the most up to date and informed site about Lesvos. Register and you will be able to add pages and info to help visitors to Lesvos.
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We hope to hear from you soon.
If you are about to visit Lesvos, you really should know that this is one hot destination.
Literally that is. We have ‘enjoyed’ temperatures 5° C to 7º C above the average for the past 5 weeks.
While you enjoy your holiday, spare a thought for the local workers who have to cook, clean and look after you. It’s hot outside but even hotter in the kitchen.
Our favourite time is sunrise. It’s cooler and everywhere is quiet and bathed in the most glorious light. It reminds me of one of the many reasons we came to live here. Photographers of the world take note – if you have not visited Lesvos, you are missing the most amazing and inspiring light on earth.