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Last Minute Lesbos

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If a last-minute getaway to the incredible Greek island region of Lesbos sounds like a great option, our team at Voyage Privé can help to make it a reality. Our members have access to exclusive travel deals for the best luxury accommodation on the island of Lesbos. We are excited to help you put your travel plans into action when you book with us.

Why take a last-minute trip to Lesbos?

Renowned for its mild Mediterranean climate, stunning scenery, storied history and vibrant culture, Lesbos is one of the most popular Greek islands to visit for a last-minute holiday. You will love exploring the region's picturesque villages and trying local cuisine. The island's architecture is memorable, and its history dates far back to ancient times. Our team at Voyage Privé wants to help you to enjoy the best that Lesbos has to offer. To do so, we have a great list of luxury accommodation options for you to check out.

The Voyage Prive travel expert's opinion on last-minute holidays in Lesbos

Whether your goal is to try local cuisine, you want to explore ancient ruins, you are looking to spend time on the beach, or you want to take in the area's nightlife, Lesbos has plenty to offer. Regardless of whether you are on a solo trip, a group getaway, a family vacation or a romantic retreat, you will find that Lesbos really does have something for everyone to enjoy. Find out more by reaching out to our travel experts at Voyage Privé today.

5 things to do on a last-minute trip to Lesbos

1. The Street of Molyvos

Renowned for its cobblestone streets as well as its incredible art galleries, cafes and shops, Molyvos is an area of Lesbos that is a must during your last-minute getaway to the region. These are just a few key factors that make it the island's most visited city!

2. The Petrified Forest

There are few attractions on the island of Lesbos that are as unforgettable as the Petrified Forest. It is one of the most unique spots in all of Greece and features fossilised trees that are more than 20 million years of age.

3. Petra Beach

Petra Beach is one of the most popular on Lesbos, and it is easy to see why. It offers all of the facilities and nearby amenities that you need for a memorable day spent soaking up the sun!

4. The Temple of Aphrodite

Among the oldest archaeological sites on the island of Lesbos, a visit to the Temple of Aphrodite is one of the best ways to immerse yourself in ancient history while enjoying last-minute Lesbos holidays.

5. Take in the Lesbos Nightlife

Lesbos is an incredible destination for nightlife seekers. Going out for a night on the town is a must while visiting the region on a last-minute break. You will find that the island enjoys a laid-back style of nightlife with something for everyone.

Which hotel to choose for your last-minute stay in Lesbos

1.?Aeolian Village Beachclub

The Aeolian Village Beachclub is a top-rated option for unforgettable holidays on the famed Greek island of Lesbos. You will love the accommodation's laid-back, easy-going atmosphere as well as its proximity to the local village of Skala Eressos and its many restaurants and bars. Key amenities that will enhance your stay at this great hotel include three floodlit tennis courts, a small shop, landscaped gardens, a gym and a large outdoor swimming pool.

2.?Sunrise Resort Hotel 4*

The Sunrise Resort Hotel 4* is set on the Aegean Sea and overlooks Eftalou. The property's impressive amenities include 3 swimming pools, on-site cuisine and a traditional tavern. During your stay, you will rest comfortably in a Standard or Superior Sea View Room while enjoying half-board dining. Additional perks of the accommodation include a sauna, a terrace, a hot tub, Wi-Fi and a fitness centre.

3.?Chios Chandris Hotel 4*

Booking the Chios Chandris Hotel 4* is an outstanding alternative to visiting Lesbos. The property is located on the nearby Greek island of Chios and is the ideal choice for spending a last-minute getaway exploring the region's cobbled streets and its chic tavernas. During your stay, you have the option between a Sea or a Port Room and breakfast is served each morning. On-site amenities include the Regatta Bar and an open-plan restaurant.

Practical information on last-minute travel to Lesbos

Before you head out to Lesbos, you will want to make sure you pack plenty of comfortable clothes, good walking shoes, plug adapters, charging cables, evening attire, swimwear, rain gear and extra toiletries. It is worth noting that the local currency is the euro and the local language is Greek.

What is the weather like in Lesbos?

Lesbos enjoys a Mediterranean climate that includes mild rainy winters and hot and sunny summers. The average daily temperature during the months of July and August is 27.5 degrees Celsius. These factors make Lesbos a great spot to visit regardless of the time of year.

What budget to plan

Whenever you book a last-minute holiday, unexpected expenses are a factor that you need to take into consideration. To ensure that you are prepared, we recommend preparing some extra cash.

How to get to Lesbos

The main airport that serves the island of Lesbos is Mytilene International Airport. It is located in the regional capital of Mytilene. Flights are regularly available from leading UK travel hubs such as London, Manchester and Bristol.

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