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Ideal Lodging in Molyvos

Molyvos harbour

Molyvos harbour

Picture yourself on the back porch of your hotel room, sipping Greek wine and looking over the Aegean. The breeze beckons you to sink deeper in your chair cushion (as if that’s possible) and refill your glass for the cozy sunset. Maybe you’re asking yourself: is this even economically possible? Of course if you’re in Molyvos.

Molyvos is located on the Greek island of Lesbos and is perhaps the most beautiful town on the Greek island. After a day in this Aegean retreat you’ll never want to leave. Snorkeling all morning and beach bumming all afternoon are a great warm up for having a delightful Greek dinner under the stars. You’ve entered the laidback life of Molyvos. While visiting Molyvos you’ll certainly want a hotel room that looks over the sea. You’ve come too far not to enjoy the precious views of a sea once enjoyed by gods and immortalized by poets.

There are plenty of hotels available with good views but make sure you see the porch before booking. You’ll definitely want to enjoy an evening or two from a patio that over looks the sea. No doubt you’ll have breakfast everyday on it. There are hotels of all budgets along the beautiful sea. You’ll definitely find something that fits your taste. While visiting the seaside town you may also want to camp. You’ll easily find Molyvos’s campground but remember that the campground is open during the summer months only. Camping here is a great way for travelers on a strict budget to still find a central location near the town and beach. No worries if you don’t have a tent (most travelers here don’t) you can rent one for a very reasonable fee. Camping in Molyvos is a great way to enjoy the islands fresh air and great night skies. Molyvos lodging is as great as Sequoia lodging. Remember when lodging in Molyvos that rates are subject to change from season to season and sometimes day to day so it’s not always best to book in advance. Stroll through the town and check out a few different hotels for the best lodging. ©2004 Pole Position Web, LLC

By Luke Harris


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