A colourful harbour, secluded coves and varied nightlife

Molyvos holidays are great if you want to relax and enjoy the Greek pace of life, whilst soaking up the local culture and history and of course the fabulous Greek sunshine.

Relax and enjoy the Greek pace of life

Situated on the northern tip of the scenic Greek Island of Lesvos, the resort is deservedly the most popular on the island and it enjoys a long, hot summer season and attracts many repeat guests. Accommodation here is usually in the form of bed and breakfast hotels, which provide a basic, yet comfortable base for your stay, although there is a small selection of luxury hotels in the area also. The resort is overlooked by a dreamy byzantine castle from which there are breathtaking views down on the town that leave tourists slack jawed in the wake of its beauty.

Currency: Euro

Language: Greek

Time Difference: GMT +2

Religion: Greek Orthodox

Crowning the headland is the imposing outline of a Genoese castle

Holidays in Molyvos are awash with colour everywhere you turn, whether you are wandering around the labyrinth of narrow, cobbled streets that are filled with striking stone houses or meandering along the harbour front where you can gaze endlessly at the idyllic fishing boats that hypnotise you as they sway peacefully in the bay.

Make the most of your Molyvos holidays and the faultless Greek sunshine by spending days resting on the spotless, pebble beach that gradually flows into soft, delicate sand as it meets the shore or by venturing out on one of the many boat excursions that take you to secluded bays and beyond.

On a night time you will find the nightlife to be restrained, yet varied ensuring there’s plenty of things to choose from that guard against boredom! Enjoy a drink as the darkness sets in one of the local tavernas, and indulge in the laidback atmosphere. Book holidays to Molyvos online here at Latedeals.co.uk.

Places to Visit

Fishing Harbour

– Molyvos harbour is a working fishing harbour and if you sit in one of the cafes or restaurants you will see the drama of Molyvos sea commence as they unload boxes of sardines, mackerel, lakerda (a kind of tuna), gopes, barbounia and many other types of fish to waiting pick up trucks which race them to markets in Mytilini or sell them in other towns and villages around the island.