Leros lies 175 nautical meters from Piraeus. It is connected to the central port of the country on a daily basis via ships of the Dodecanese line. You will need 8.30 hours to get to Leros by means of high-speed passenger ships/car carrier ships.
There is also dense coastal connection with the neighboring islands (Samos, Fournoi, Ikaria, Patmos, Leipsoi, Agathonisi, Kalymnos, Symi, Kos and Rhodes) via conventional ships or via hydrofoils and catamarans.
Four local bus lines (KTEL) connect the port (Lakki), as well as the island’s Chora (Platanos) with the main settlements of the island.
There are flights to Leros from the El. Venizelos airport on a daily basis by means of tractor driven airplanes of Olympic Air, which have 38 and 50 seats. The flight duration is 60’. The airport of the island is located on the north side, near Partheni. During the summer months, there are many charter flights coming from abroad.
Port Authorities of Piraeus:
+30 210 4226000
Port Authorities of Leros (Lakki):
+30 22470 22224
Port Authorities of Agia Marina:
+30 22470 23256
Airport of Leros:
+30 22470 22777
Municipality of Leros:
+30 22470 23711
+30 22470 23058
+30 22470 22222
+30 22470 23978