Click on the link and you will be transferred to the same point, For a panoramic trip.
The island's name came from the word “leros” which means smooth or flat. Due to its strategic position in the Southeastern Aegean, Leros was considered of great significance throughout history. Based on various findings, the island is believed to have been inhabited since the Neolithic Period, by the Carians, the Phoenicians and the Cretans.
Near the port of Lakki is popular sandy beach of Koulouki. If you prefer a quieter place, visit Merikia, which is located a few kilometers west of Koulouki.