From the port of Piraeus with normal ferries to Leros (approx. 10 hours)
From the port of Rhodes, with normal ferries to Leros (approx. 7.5 hours)
From the port of Kos, with normal ferriess to Leros (approx. 3 hours)
There are also connections from Kalymnos, Lipsi, Patmos, Symi and Syros


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The Island of Leros

Leros boasts natural harbors, coves and inlets protected from the winds, beautiful sandy or pebbly beaches – small and big ones – ideal for swimming or for water sports and picturesque towns. Some of them stand out among other island villages in the Aegean, on account of their urban planning and architecture. In Agia Marina, Lepida, Lakki and other villages you will see beautiful neoclassical houses built by wealthy citizens as their residences, which were later used as administration buildings.

In Greek mythology, Artemis (Diana to the Romans) was the goddess of wild animals, vegetation, and the hunt. This fertile land of green low hills & plains was her favorite island, and she was much revered by the locals, who built her temple in the Partheni area, in the north. Today, the local agricultural produce includes olives (+oil), citrus, figs, other fruit and vegetables.

What is the Leros Ferry schedule?

Leros port serves ferry routes to Piraeus, Cyclades & Dodecanese Islands. It connects Dodecanese with the rest of Dodecanese Islands, Cyclades Islands and mainland of Greece.

How much does the Leros Ferry cost?

Prices can be vary depending on time and period of year. We recommend you to use our online booking system in order to get live ferry times and prices.