Passengers traveling by ferry to Lipsi or Lipsos get to see a cluster of 30 islets in the southeastern Aegean Sea!
Ferry Lipsi will take you to the main island Lipsos situated between Patmos and Leros. Lipsi has traveled through times preserving its authentic style. The only settlement of the island is located in the middle of the homonymous bay, built around the safety of the harbor. Passengers there will find hotels, rooms and apartments to rent for their stay. Coffee houses and traditional taverns offer local delicacies. Houses with blue orchard windows climb to the top of the hill where the church of St. John dominates. Daily cruises will take you to the small islets of Lipsi where none is like the other.
The island has beautiful beaches to offer for those traveling to the destination Lipsi. Closest to the village are Lendou, Kampos and Elena Beach. Near the harbor is Katsadia beach (very good sand and almost always without air), while other beaches are Papandria, Cholagoura, Tourkomnima, Xirokambos, Kamares and Monodendri. What someone should have witnessed before taking a ferry from Lipsi is the Wine Festival, which lasts for three days, and takes place in August. Attendees are offered plenty of wine and local appetizers that accompany the traditional feast.
Lipsi has a surface of 16 square kilometers its coastline is 35 km and has about 790 inhabitants. Lipsi ferry routes start from Piraeus. They also have a coastal connection with Kalymnos, Leros, Patmos, Rhodes, Symi and Kos. The Lipsi ferry timetable is online available through isferry’s real-time booking engine.