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Cruises visiting Petra (Lesbos) & all Petra (Lesbos) cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Petra (Lesbos) in the 2019-2021 seasons.

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Petra is a Greek village on the island of Lesbos in the North Aegean Sea. The island is just 10 km from the mainland of Turkey and not far from the city Izmir. The village itself has hotels, shops, restaurants and bars close to the beach. Its main street is too narrow for cars, and has a variety of traditional and tourist shops. Petra has a marvellous sandy beach, colourful taverns and trendy bars. It’s a lively place, perfect for holidays. Beaches come with umbrellas and lounges, beach-side service and water sports. Beautiful stone mansions with gardens filled with jasmine, palm trees and fruit trees give the village a particular elegance.

The government in Petra has taken steps to make the area even more attractive for tourism. Rather than let motorbikes disturb the peace they have closed off the centre of the village to traffic, diverting it to the outskirts of the village. The backstreets present the feeling of the traditional villages on the island. Tourists rarely wander through the back streets to find themselves in a uniquely Greek setting. These and other efforts appear to be paying off because Petra is attracting more and more visitors every year.

The first church was built there in 1609 and the present one in 1747. There is an annual celebration on August 15th. Below the rock is the tiny Church of Agios Nikolaos. Inside, the small church is decorated with 16th century wall paintings that are colourful and inspirational and worth a trip to the village. To get a great overview of the island, climb the 114 steps carved into the stone. From the church the view of Petra and the surrounding sea and countryside is spectacular, extending all the way to the coast of Asia Minor.

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