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Cruises visiting Molyvos & all Molyvos cruises for  2019-2020

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Molyvos, or Mithymna, is a town on the Greek island of Lesbos, mid-way between the Dardanelles and large Turkish port of Izmir. Though just 10 km off the mainland Turkish coast, this is one of many Greek islands in the east of the Aegean Sea. The island’s history is ancient, and filled with mythology, occupied by Greek dynasties, Romans, Arabs, and Turks. On approaching the port The Castle is seen to dominate, with its squarish vertical walls, and lit up brightly by night, the local version of Athens’ Acropolis. From the castle one overlooks the red clay roofs of the village and across to the bay’s still waters. The castle presents magnificent views.

There’s a small marina below with fishing vessels and some tourist boats. On the marina’s foreshore are alfresco cafés in a quiet setting. Further along the waterfront is an old jetty adjacent to the Olive Press and a tall chimney. Walk through the narrow cobbled laneways, with taverns and bars, and fresh seafood. On the water take a boat to circle the island; you can swim and just relax. Some say this is “the most beautiful village in Greece.” Four kilometres east of Molyvos at Efthalou are Thermal Springs – bathe hot, swim, return and repeat. Very refreshing. Five km south of Molyvos is Petra, another seaside village. There’s a Village Train (hop-on-hop-off trolley) that runs between Molyvos Castle and Petra all day.

The nearby countryside is scattered with olive groves in various states of maintenance, all within the shadow of The Castle on the hill that rises just 100m. Drive outside the village and see country churches and monasteries, more castles and structures of antiquity, even an amphitheatre near Mitilini. At Moria, just NW of Mitilini and about 50 km SE of Molyvos, is a well-preserved Roman aqueduct that is top of archaeologists’ destinations.