For those who are interested in taking a taste of the history of Lemnos, there are many visiting sights. Beginning, let us mention Poliochni, one of the oldest parliamentary in Europe and the archaeological site of Hephaestia where the sanctuary of the goddess of Lemnos and the ancient theater was built.
It is also worth visiting the sanctuary of Kaveria and the cave of Philoktitis. In the subsoil of a part of the capital of the island, there are still ancient settlements, some of which are open to the public and you can see while walking in the city.
More information about the history of Lemnos can be found at the museum of Myrina. You can also explore the castle of Myrina, enjoy the magnificent view and if you are lucky enough, to meet the deer who live there. A special attraction on our island is the geological formations created in the northeastern region of the island, Faraklos.
Finally, an extremely rare beauty is considered the area of Ammothines, a region of the island covered entirely by sand, reminding of the desert. It is definitely worth visiting.