Limnos is one of the largest Greek islands and has maintained it’s natural beauty. It provides a large variety of ecosystems with volcanic landscapes, wetlands full of migratory birds, sand dunes, indigenous plants and waterfalls.
Despite the dominant presence of grass lands with wild flowers being the main characteristic to the island, Limnos’ landscape is contrasting and unique.
The rugged coastline of the island, provides a great number of beautiful sandy beaches, with clear turquoise water making it ideal for swimming, snorkling and fishing.
Limnos is unique due to its hydro biotopes, of which the largest and most important are Chortarolimni and Alyki Lake. Both lend themselves perfectly to birdwatching, while Alyki lake is also the biggest natural salt lake in Greece, where salt is collected during the summer months.