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The southern coast of Lesvos, where the land lovingly commingles with the sea, is where you’ll find picturesque Plomari, the capital of the Municipality of the same name that includes seven villages, known as the Plomaritohoria: Akrasi, Ampeliko, Megalohori, Neohori, Palaiohori, Plagia, and Trygonas.
The region of Plomari is one of the most important in Lesvos.

In the mid 19th century, Plomari emerged as the island’s second largest industrial and commercial center after its capital Mytilene. Due to its coastal position, it further developed as an important junction for marine transport and trade.

Here, you’ll find yourself in a continuous olive grove that extends into the abrupt slopes, gullies, mountains, little gorges, and inaccessible semi-mountainous regions that touch the sea on the south.

The mountainous terrain on the north and east has helped isolate the region. Its picturesque little villages have golden beaches, lofty cliffs, fantastic mountain landscapes, lush vegetation, distinctive architecture, and age-old traditions that have remained unchanged through time.

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The World Of Ouzo

Celebrating more than 120 years of history and tradition, Plomari Ouzo Distillery Isidoros Arvanitis invites you to “World of Ouzo”! An extraordinary guided tour that takes place in the Plomari Ouzo Distillery, in the midst of a magnificent olive grove  near the picturesque village of Plomari, in Lesvos

Celebrating more than 120 years of history and tradition, Plomari Ouzo Distillery Isidoros Arvanitis invites you to “World of Ouzo”! An extraordinary guided tour that takes place in the Plomari Ouzo Distillery, in the midst of a magnificent olive grove  near the picturesque village of Plomari, in Lesvos

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Plomari Folk Museum and Soap Museum Factory

Plomari Folk Museum is housed on the first floor of a building at the central square of Plomari town. On the ground level operates one of the oldest and traditional coffee-houses of the area.

Plomari Folk Museum is housed on the first floor of a building at the central square of Plomari town. On the ground level operates one of the oldest and traditional coffee-houses of the area.

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Plomari Beaches

Plomari town is famous for its clean and beautiful beaches. The sandy Agios Isidoros beach is the most beautiful and biggest one in the region. It is located 2 kilometers from the center of the eastern Plomari in the way to Mytilini.

Plomari town is famous for its clean and beautiful beaches. The sandy Agios Isidoros beach is the most beautiful and biggest one in the region. It is located 2 kilometers from the center of the eastern Plomari in the way to Mytilini.

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Plomari - Akrasi - Ampeliko - Megalohori - Neohori

The southern coast of Lesvos, where the land lovingly commingles with the sea, is where you’ll find picturesque Plomari, the capital of the Municipality of the same name that includes seven villages, known as the Plomaritohoria: Akrasi, Ampeliko, Megalohori, Neohori, Palaiohori, Plagia, and Trygonas.

The southern coast of Lesvos, where the land lovingly commingles with the sea, is where you’ll find picturesque Plomari, the capital of the Municipality of the same name that includes seven villages, known as the Plomaritohoria: Akrasi, Ampeliko, Megalohori, Neohori, Palaiohori, Plagia, and Trygonas.