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Leros

Leros is a small island of Dodecanese and is located between Patmos and Kalymnos.

According to mythology, Leros island was where goddess Artemis would go for hunting, as it had a rich population in deer.

The long history of Leros Greece is depicted in the many sights around the island, such as the Medieval Castle and the interesting museums.

Leros is a favourite place for many foreign and Greek tourists who have found here a real paradise because the island has its own unique characteristics, culture and architecture and is unspoiled from package tourism.

Leros is green, has excellent road network and is one of the few Greek islands, which is alive during summer and winter due to the fact that many Greeks from the mainland living and working here.

The island has many attractions to see and many taverns to enjoy local cuisine and fresh fish.

Leros is a perfect place for fish because many residents of the coastal villages engaged in fishing.

The island has some of the best fishing waters in the Aegean sea.

Leros is the best destination for romantic weddings.

The peace and tranquility will give you the deeper feelings of love for your partner.

The Big Blue Weddings organizes for you unique wedding ceremonies and honeymoons.

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Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands
Big Blue Weddings in Greek islands