On the southeast edge of the Aegean, with a surface of just 54 sq km, Leros sails into the 21st century, untouched by mass tourism. The island’s many qualities are revealed gradually, leaving the visitor enchanted. Due to its strategic position, Leros has been subject to numerous conquerors, until its incorporation into the Greek state in 1948. A WWII living museum and one of the bloodiest battlefields of the war, the island’s rich and adventurous history is etched in its monuments, scattered along the coast and mainland.
We operate direct flights from Athens to Leros on a daily basis. Leros is also connected with flights to Astypalaia and Kalymnos. Learn more about our frequencies and book your tickets to Leros.