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The walk up to the castle through the windmills is breathtaking, the views on the way up and when you get to the castle you can see all over Alinda bay and Agia Marina stunning . The 400 steps to walk down are stunning and...More
We visited the castle by car, you can also go on foot from a path. The entrance is free and you will enjoy nice views. There is also inside a church and a museum which exposes Byzantine items with entrance 2 euros. The environment of...More
Known by various names this Castle is an absolute must for visitors to Leros. The Castle, perched on the top of a hill, dominates the skyline from all around (beautifully illuminated at night).
Apparently it's easy to reach by road, but we chose to make...More
We drove up to the castle after some trouble en route when helpful shop owner told us that the road was closed! We eventually found the route via Pantelli a couple of days later. The direction sign is visible only to people driving north! We...More
There isn’t much to see of the castle itself but the views are stunning. Go up early or late it’s quite a steep and hot climb. 400 steps apparently, but once there it’s well worth the toil and the lady custodian is lovely. She gave...More
The castle and museum are well worth a visit. After a long walk up, very steep paths at times, the sense of achievement you get is secondary to the views of the island you get from the top.
The castle has a museum with many...More
High above everything on the island, the castle and church are well worth the walk to the top. Lovely lady named Bella was very informative of the history of the church and area. Explored the castle ruins and enjoyed the view of the buildings and...More
We started the morning at Pandeli Beach and then walked up the switchbacking road to the ridge top overlooking the beautiful blue bay. Six picturesque windmills aline along this ridge just asking to be photographed. You can go through the gates and walk among them....More