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Mithymna is full of dark-grey stone houses with red-tiled roofs, while its agora is lined with boutiques and canopied with vines. There's also a small archaeological museum on the way up to the striking Genoese Castle. Are there any archaeological or historical sites I should visit? A few things come to mind, honestly. The first one is the Kastro. Surrounded by pine groves, this Byzantine foundation of Emperor Justinian that was built in the 6th century still impresses with its curtain walls. Many ramparts and towers were destroyed during the Ottoman siege ofbut it does include columns from the BC Temple of Apollo hastily crammed in between the stones like a collage.
Now, want a creepy fact about it? Justinian blinded every prisoner he sent there. Another place that comes to mind is the Ionic Temple of Mesi. Built in the fourth or third century BC, it was dedicated to Aphrodite and its foundations and column drums still remain. Then there's the Roman Aquaduct at the village of Moria, approximately meters to the west of it, actually. The remains of this fantastic technical achievement of the first 3 centuries AD that rise up are quite impressive. Finally, don't forget to visit the ruins of the Christian Temple of Chalinados, an early Christian basilica of Agios Georgios. The ruins were restored by professor Orlandos in What about Lesvos' beaches?
There are all kinds of beaches in Lesvos, really. There are beaches busy with water sports and there are beaches that are deserted even in the summer. There are beaches ideal for the children and there are beaches that are ideal for jet-skiing or windsurfing. There is absolutely no way you won't find what you're looking for here. Skala Eressos is not only the best beach in Lesvos, but also one of the best in Greece. It's ideal for kids and the sunset is lovely to watch from there! Kalloni and Petra are two of Lesvos' most beautiful beaches, also good for families with children.
Petra is a big resort style beach with rental umbrellas, beach chairs, showers and changing stations, along with a line of restaurants. The beach at Baloutsas is usually totally empty, mainly because you can easily destroy your car getting there. But if you have a jeep, it's definitely worth your time. Other beaches worth your time are the usually empty beach of Tavari, the beach of Agios Ermoyennis believe me, you will want to visit this beach, no matter how crowded it may be and the beach of the village of Ana-xos. Let's start with Averof, on Pavlou Koundouriotou Street, at the port. Averof is one of the most popular restaurants in Lesvos and a perso-nal favorite, with delicious family-style cuisine.