Custom Programs

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4 Days
Top Places

-Day 1

For your first day at Petra, we suggest starting your vacation getting breakfast either on the hotel or outside at the nearby cafes (2 mins away). After finishing your breakfast you can go to the beach and enjoy the beautiful waters. When it’s time for lunch you have many choices, considering that all beach bars offer both food and snacks. For those who prefer something more traditional there are beautiful taverns only 3 minutes away from the beach.
For the afternoon we recommend taking a walk at the centre of Petra and enjoying a drink and some traditional gyros or something sweet. (Tip ask for “pita gyro apola” if you prefer all the extras)

-Day 2

Near Petra at a distance of 10 minutes (by car) there is the well known village of Molyvos. Its beauty will take your breath away. Graphic houses and alleys, the sea, a castle on the top of the village and the beautiful sunset makes it worth a visit.
We recommend going there when the sun goes down for enjoying one of the best sunsets on the island. For great food as well as nice view, you can choose one of the restaurants at the harbour of the village. Molyvos is known for the night life that can please every taste, either you prefer a quiet bar or something more fun. There, you can also take a visit the castle of Molyvos either at night, to enjoy a drink at the restaurant there or in the morning to take a walk and discover its beautiful history. ( it’s good to know, that in order to go to the castle there is a ten mins walk on sloped road)

-Day 3

Another place worth visiting is the village of Sigri, distant 51 km from Petra. At Sigri, there is the museum of the fossilised forest, the one and only in which is a one at a lifetime experience that will leave you speechless. On the way back to the hotel you can take visit Skala Eressos a beautiful village with perfect beaches and good food. You can make a stop there to enjoy the waters and the beautiful restaurants.

-Day 4

On your last day on the island we recommend something more relaxing. You can visit the landmarks of Petra and more specifically the beautiful church of Panagia that is built on a rock and is located on the centre of Petra. Going there you can also pass by a very graphic little market and shop some souvenirs and local products. Petra is known for the beautiful sunset so it would be a good idea to relax on the beach all day and watch the sunset.


This is the capital city of Lesvos and has a lot of attractions to offer. The Archaeological Museum of Mytilene is a must-visit to learn about the history of the island. The castle of Mytilene and the Roman Aqueduct are also worth seeing.


This village is known for its impressive rock formations and stunning beach. Visitors can climb up to the top of the rock to see the Church of Panagia Glykofilousa.


This picturesque village is situated on the north coast of Lesvos and is famous for its medieval castle, traditional architecture, and stunning views of the Aegean Sea. The village also has many restaurants and cafes.


This is a small village with a beautiful sandy beach and crystal clear waters. Visitors can also explore the surrounding hills for hiking and biking.


This village is located on the western side of the island and is the birthplace of the ancient Greek poet Sappho. The village is known for its stunning beaches and relaxed atmosphere.

-Skala Eressos

This is a small seaside town with a beautiful beach and a lively nightlife. Visitors can enjoy a variety of water sports here, including windsurfing and jet skiing.


This village is located in the mountains and is known for its unique architecture, cobbled streets, and beautiful gardens. Visitors can also explore the nearby monastery of Agios Raphael.

These are just a few of the many attractions that Lesvos has to offer.

The island's cuisine is known for its use of fresh, locally-sourced ingredients and traditional Greek flavors. When visiting Lesvos, be sure to try some of the island's famous dishes:

-Tirokafteri is a spicy cheese dip that is a popular appetizer in Greece. It's made from feta cheese, roasted red peppers, and chili flakes, which give it a deliciously spicy and tangy flavor. It's perfect for dipping bread or vegetables and is often served at parties and gatherings.

-Ladotyri is a hard cheese that is made from sheep's milk and is matured in olive oil. This gives it a strong, salty flavor and a unique texture that is both crumbly and oily. It's often served as a dessert cheese and pairs well with sweet fruits and nuts.

-Kalamari is a classic Greek dish made from fried squid. The squid is coated in a light batter and deep-fried until it's crispy and golden brown. It's usually served with lemon wedges and a side salad and makes for a delicious seafood dish.

-Bourekakia are small, savory pies that are a popular snack or appetizer in Greece. They're typically filled with cheese, spinach, or meat and are baked until they're crispy and golden brown. They're often served at parties or as a quick snack on the go.

-Melitzanes papoutsakia is a traditional Greek dish made from baked eggplant stuffed with minced meat, onions, and tomatoes. The eggplant is typically cut in half and roasted until it's tender, then filled with the meat and vegetable mixture and baked until it's golden brown and bubbly. It's a hearty and flavorful dish that's perfect for a comforting dinner.

-Loukoumades are small, fluffy donut holes that are a popular dessert in Greece. They're deep-fried until they're crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, then drizzled with honey syrup and sprinkled with chopped nuts or cinnamon. They're a sweet and indulgent treat that's perfect for satisfying a sugar craving.

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