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The weather on Lemnos Island
This is the climate diagram on Lemnos Island. July is the warmest month of the year on Lemnos Island with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 31°. However, temperatures can go lower than 4° on Lemnos Island in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Windsurf near ancient ruins with Lemnos holiday lettings
Greek myth has it that Lemnos was the island on which Hephaistos, the god of fire and metallurgy had his copper workshop. Holiday homes on the island include villas with sun terraces or lush gardens.
Myths and legends
The Hellenistic Temple in Kavirio is an ancient sanctuary dedicated to the lesser known Chthonic gods, where sacred rites have been carried out since the 6th c. BC. The sacred site opening out onto the sea is beautiful to behold.
Close by, you'll find the underwater Cave of Philoctetes. It is said that on the way to the Trojan war, Philoctetes, the son of a Thessalian King was wounded by a snake bite and had to stay on the island of Lemnos for ten years waiting for the return of the Greek army.
A Byzantine castle overlooks the main town of Lemnos, Myrina. Beautiful deer roam on the castle grounds and the view over the town is splendid.
Resorts and ancient intrigues for kids
At Lemnos Beach Resort, there are enough water sports to float the boat of even the most active child. Learn to sail, play water polo or go snorkelling. Even the smallest tots will be delighted by the animated catamaran rides.
Children are fascinated by the demonic head drawings that adorn the rocks at Cape Ekato Kephalon. The same cape is also home to a prehistoric sea fortress.
Beaches and Neolithic towns
Lemnos' vast beaches of perfect sand and sparkling water are popular with windsurfers and families alike. Plati, 2km south of Myrina has the most water sport facilities, cafes, and restaurants.
Take a trip to the ancient archeological remains of Hephaistia. Named after the Greek god of fire, Hephaistos, the city was the island's capital in Ancient Greece. At the archaeological site, you can see the ruins of the former amphitheatre and the weapons and jewels found in the city's ossuaries (ancient graves).
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