ΜΗΚΟΣ ΑΚΤΩΝ ΝΗΣΟΥ
ΑΕΡΟΔΡΟΜΙΟ / ΔΙΕΘΝΕΣ
Leros (Greek: Λέρος) is a Greek island and municipality in the Dodecanese in the southern Aegean Sea. It lies 317 kilometres (197 miles) (171 nautical miles) from Athens's port of Piraeus, from which it can be reached by an 11-hour ferry ride (or by a 45-minute flight from Athens). It is known for its imposing medieval castle of the Knights of Saint John possibly built on a Byzantine fortress. Nearby islands are Patmos, Lipsi, Kalymnos, and the small islands of Agia Kyriaki and Farmakos. In ancient times it was considered the island of Parthenos Iokallis and linked to the Hellenistic and Roman literature on Meleager and the Meleagrides. The municipality includes the populated offshore island of Farmakonisi (pop. 10), as well as several uninhabited islets, including Levitha and Kinaros. Leros is part of the Kalymnos regional unit. The island of Leros is green with agricultural production, there are countless vines, fig trees, prickly pear trees, Gavafes (found only in Leros), crops with olive groves and many roads covered with eucalyptus and pine trees.
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