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Lemnos is one of the most beautiful islands on the northern edge of the Aegean. It is an incredible destination for those who wish to explore nature and enjoy the most relaxing holidays of their lives. The volcanic past of Lemnos has blessed it with unique landscapes that will take your breath away. Beaches with golden sand, salt marshes, caves, nature reserves, impressive rock formations and sand dunes are some of the natural characteristics of the island that will enchant you, as they create a special and impressive landscape and terrain for walks and exploration. The holidays in Lemnos, however, do not include only nature and hiking. The island will offer you amazing beaches, special gastronomy and perhaps the most fun evenings of your life. Begin your tour of the island with a visit to Myrina, the capital of Lemnos and be enchanted by the cobblestone alleys, the seaside pedestrian street, the traditional houses and the amazing view from the castle. If you are lucky, you may also come across the beautiful deer that inhabit the castle! Apart from the unique beaches of the island, which will offer you the most beautiful dives in the sea, Lemnos also satisfies the lovers of water sports. Visit Keros beach, which hosts a kitesurfing center, as well as luxurious tents for glamping - and glamorous and camping! Whatever it is that expresses you during your holidays, Lemnos will give it to you generously! All you have to do is discover it.

Ancient Poliochni

Ancient Poliochni is considered the oldest settlement in Europe. The excavations on the island of Lemnos revealed some surprising facts about the city of Poliochni, which is the oldest Neolithic city in the entire Aegean region. Archaeologists found here four chronologically different settlements built on top of each other. The oldest of the settlements, built around 4,000 BC, was the Blue Poliochni, followed by the Green Poliochni covering an area of 11,000 square meters. The third and fourth settlements were the Red Poliochni and the Yellow Poliochni respectively, with the latter being considered destroyed in 2100 BC, around the same time as Homer's Troy. These names were given to the cities by the colors of the houses.


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