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Surrounded by a blossomed garden, Arcadia Guesthouse offers self-catering accommodation with a patio in Eresos. Super lovely welcome. Lovely location - 2 minutes walk from the main square, but tucked away in private and quiet location. The cottage is beautiful - only wish I could have stayed longer!
Just 200 metres from the centre of Eressos Village, the traditionally built Villa Notia is made of stone. It offers a fully equipped unit with a fireplace and free Wi-Fi. Skala Beach is 3.5 km away. I love it. Everything was perfect from check in to check out. I highly recommend vila Notia. Beautiful place, very clean and it could not get any better.
Featuring free WiFi and a terrace, Chalantra Residence offers accommodation in Eresos, 30 km from Petra. Free private parking is available on site. You will find a shared kitchen at the property. Amazing place to stay. Great location and beautiful house!
Located among a garden of fruit trees and flowers in Skala Eressos Village, Heliotopos offers studios and apartments that open to a balcony with garden views. Fantastic location, quiet and a bit away from the hubbub of the town. Peaceful gardens, relaxing swings, tables in the sun or shade, free bikes to borrow and great hosts.
Offering a sun terrace and views of the garden, Marianna's Rooms is set in Skala Eresou. Rooms come with air conditioning. Mytilene Airport is 58 km away. Very cozy appartment in a great location, especially if you are on foot. Very friendly owner and staff!
Eressos is a very friendly village, everything is there, simple and affectively. Post office, bakery, restaurants (daily caught fish on menus). I choose to walk to Skala Eresos/the beach just 4 km away, passing through beautiful countryside to The Aegean Sea. The following day I trekked to Scalia, along the coast. It's possible to visit The Petrified Forest Museum(closes at half four). Evidence of the after affects of the last eruption before the volcano burnt itself out and now offers a panoramic view, allowing you to see the crater and surrounding area. Driving back on the modern highway, you pass The Monastery in its auspicious location and within 12km find your way back to Eresos Village. Visiting out of season really suited me (November). Lots happening throughout the year. Bird watching in May, Women's Festival in the Summer. Fantastic area of Lesbos Island.
Probably the best beach in Lesvos. A little piece of paradise. Everyone very friendly. No astronomical food bills when eating out. George hires out canoes, pedallo's etc at reasonable rates and grat fun. Also great sheltered bay for swimming.
Eressos is a small village by the sea, full of character and wonderfully friendly locals. It's not touristy so you get to see the *real* Greece. There are plenty of places to eat along the beach front all different in character but all serving amazing food. Wandering around the streets locals would say a greeting to me with a smile as if they knew me and it made me feel so welcome, not like a working tourist. If you want to get away from noisy city life and just chill then you need to visit Eressos.
Eresos is a beautiful small village on the island of Lesvos. We have been coming here a few times since 2008. We love the see and beach in Eresos but our highlights are watching movies in the open-air cinema which is a little bit tucked away from the main village road, and eating vegetarian dishes at Aegean, a taverna very close to the main village square. The green beans are to die for but so are other dishes such as imam, bambies, fava. Heaven! The only noticable drawback is that so many local businesses and shop keepers lack in professionalism and pride. Often you find yourself feeling uncomfortable and almost apologise for troubling them for serving you and yours.
A great Greek village with character, great sea (best in Lesvos I am told), wonderful food, cafes and bars. Excellent for lgbti community but also for families with kids and solo travellers. Great value for money. I go there almost every summer for my vacation and it's always amazing.
Skala Eresos (Eresos proper is in the hinterland) is a very pleasant little town on the sea. It has a 2km long sandy beach, crystal clear water, but since people are giving Lesbos a wide berth this summer, it was nearly empty. Which is a pity for this town, because there has never been any trouble there and they are too far away from the Turkish coast anyway (which is on the opposite side of Lesbos) to even have seen a single refugee last year. Everybody was friendly, we even found an excellent restaurant (Yannis & Gabi in the second row, a little hidden) - which is not self-evident in every Greek resorts, where food can be pretty horrible at times in our experience. Great hosts and very dedicated cooking with specials every day. We used the picturesque row of beachfront restaurants on stilts hanging over the beach to have sundowners or to listen to the surf of the sea later in the evening. Skala Eresos has only small hotels, pensions and private rooms, no big hotel complex - we like that. Skala Eresos is perfect for people who like a relaxed vacation, don't insist on luxurious abodes. The only downside is the fact that the taxi prices from Mytilene airport are prohibitive, so renting a car to go there makes more sense. Public transport to Skala Eresos is hardly existent. Why they haven't installed a shuttle van to pick up people from the airport is hard to understand.