Lesvos is the third largest Greek island and impresses with stunning beaches and lots of beautiful miracles of nature like the unique Hot Springs, health inducing spas that are dotted around Lesvos. Lesvos is an island with the typical Greek flair because of its traditional villages and the marvellous medieval castles all over the island. Further it features a fantastic landscape with lots of beautiful pine forests and scenic harbours with cafes and inexpensive seafood restaurants.
You can discover the island by donkey or horseback, by bicycle, jeep or on foot, but if you prefer to be on water you have the opportunity to charter a yacht.
Lesvos is simply amazing in its archaeology, scenery and lifestyle.

Hotel Orama
Distance to Beach :
10 mins
Distance to Centre :
10 mins
Room Basis :
B and B
Rating :
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Hotel “Orama” is located in the beautiful village of Sigri, close to a petrified forest. The Hotel itself is set in a beautiful garden. That’s why it’s a very peaceful location and ideal for those who like to relax.
It’s only 300 metres from the beach and 800 metres from the kitesurf centre.
The hotel features double and triple rooms and altogether 8 rooms, each room with its own private seaview balcony.
Complex Features :
Outside swimming pool
Pool bar
Room Features :
Own private seaview balcony
Aeolian Village Beachclub
Room Basis :
Half Board
Full Board
Rating :
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The Aeolian Village Beachclub is built in typical Aegean style and is situated on a beautiful bay with a long stretch of golden sand.
There’s Skala Eressos, a lovely typical Greek village, only a 10 minute walk away. There you can enjoy the Greek flair with the perfect mixture of stylish bars and restaurants and traditional taverns and cafes.
The Accommodation is spilt between hillside rooms, furthest from the beach and village rooms, close to the pool and the pool bar.
It offers Club Board, that means daily breakfast, daily lunch and four evening meals included each week. On demand you can upgrade to full board to get daily evening meals at a supplement.
There are lots of different inclusive activities offered, like Dinghy Sailing, Windsurfing, Waterskiing, Wakeboarding, Mountain biking or road biking, Tennis, Kayaking and SUP, Fitness, swimming and a wide range of Spa treatments.
Complex Features :
Surfbusters and Sharksters club room
Tennis courts
Restaurant and terrace
Children’s play area
Lounge bar
Wellbeing area
Starfish and Sea Urching club room
Spacious landscaped gardens
Pool bar
Children’s pool
Beach bar
Bike shed
Ski pontoon
Windsurfing an dinghy racks
Room Features :
Balcony or Terrace

In Sigri, where the kite centre is located, the wind blows cross-offshore. Because that you will find perfectly flat water here. That is why this spot is very attractive for beginners, as it offers the best conditions to learn how to kitesurf. For experienced riders it’s the perfect possibility to learn some new manoeuvres.

Further there is no risk of drifting if there are any problems, because of the island of Nissiopi that is located across the centre and offers protection from the Agean Sea.

This spot works very well in every wind direction.

The Centre

The centre is situated at the north end of Sigri bay. At the centre they have an office, equipment storage, a small bike centre and a bar. They offer the latest boards/Kites from Gaastra. And if there’s no wind, they offer SUP boards and bikes. For the beginners they have a range of lightweight equipment and a team of instructors who can teach them all they need to know to get started in the brilliant sport of Kitesurfing! At the surfbar a range of delicious snacks and drinks, and lots of sun loungers and shade on the beach are featured to relax in after a days windsurfing. They have two boats for safety cover and last but not least they also organise a BBQ for their guests once a week.

The kite club welcomes beginners as well as more advanced kiters. They offer beginner courses at the limena bay ( 2 km away from the centre). This bay is the perfect area for the first steps in kiteboarding, shallow flat water, and constant side on shore wind. 

There are some lovely traditional taverns serving typical inexpensive Greek dishes, especially Scala Eressos is worth to visit. It’s a picturesque town with lots of local restaurants built on stilts out over the water creating a wonderful atmosphere. The numerous festivals held throughout the island of Lesvos, are enjoyed and celebrated in their traditional ways, with the locals displaying their flair for dancing, drinking and eating, hours on end, days on end. If you can come to Lesvos in the Spring you will be amply rewarded with one of the most incredible displays of wildflowers and wild birds you will ever see. You can also go cycling or hiking. Prefer the water? Go scuba diving or fishing.
  • Solos
  • Familes
  • Horse Riding
  • Diving
  • Boat
  • Fishing
  • Eating Out