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As the third biggest island in Greece, Lesvos is often considered a “tiny continent”, a truly hidden gem of the Aegean. Its remote location offers a unique authentic experience of Greek culture and hospitality.
Mitilini, the island’s capital, is located on the southeastern coast, with more than one thrid of the island’s population, while hosting six departments of the University of the Aegean. More than 83 thousand people live permanently on the island, working mainly on the primary sector of agriculture, such as olive oil production, caseiculture and stockraising.
A few decades ago, being in your early 20’s and pursuing a career in tech or business would mean one had to leave Lesvos. Today, more and more people who grew up in Lesvos (or not!) and have been leaving abroad, are coming back as remote workers or digital nomads, looking for a better quality of life.
Walking up to this view
My daily commute: 10min walk among remarkable neoclassical mansions
Fresh & affordable veggies from the local farmers
Starting my swims in April!
The dancing festivals!
There is always somewhere new to discover on this island!
The expat community is surprisingly large and multinational.
My pottery classes with local ceramists.
The change of scenery and landscapes.
My evening bike rides behind the castle
Starting my day with yoga class without rushing!
Discovering new hiking trails every weekend.
Whether you are into slow living, wellness tourism or history, Lesvos is a mosaic of breathtaking landscapes, gastronomic experiences, and cultural heritage treasures. Thanks to its location and geology, Lesvos has historically been independent of the tourism industry, hence you can build a life full of activities and new experiences all year long.