How to get here

How to get here

Flights to Lesvos Island

All flights to Lesbos Island are to Mytilini International Airport “Odysseas Elytis” (MJT), 3km outside Mytilini city. There are a couple of flights from Athens and Thessaloniki, daily. During the summer there are direct charter-flights from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Holland, Norway and the UK. These flights are only available on certain days of the week and may limit your travel options. More details on the charter flights will be updated soon.

For more information contact our travel agent

Ferries to Lesvos Island

You can travel to Lesbos Island by taking a ferry to the harbour of Mytilini. There are many options to choose from:

a) From Piraeus (West Athens) there are ferries leaving every day in the evening. The journey is usually overnight, so you can rest at the roof garden of the ferry and enjoy the greek starry sky.

b) From Thessaloniki there are ferries leaving once or twice a week. More details will follow when the summer schedule is announced from the ferry company!

c) From Kavala there are ferries leaving once or twice a week. More details when the summer schedule is announced from the ferry company!

d) From Ayvalik (Turkey) there are ferries leaving every day in the evening. The trip is very short and cheap.

Beach Street Music & Graffiti Festival

Beach Street Music & Graffiti Festival

The Beach Street Festival all started from an idea to gather friends from all over Europe in a music and graffiti meeting for holidays, to have a good time and paint a huge abandoned hotel, right here in Vatera Beach, in Lesbos Island, Greece.

After we started planning it though, we realized that this initiative could becaome bigger, support more people and become a music and graffiti festival, FREE and open to anyone so that as many people as possible could join our summer group of friends.

And this way, along with all the music, the sun, the sea and parties, the sleeping grey giant sleeping in vatera will come to life.

In order for everyone to come and enjoy these four days of graffiti and music, the entrance and the camping will be FREE. We believe that if people don’t take action and organize themselves, nothing will just happen, and certainly not the way we dream of it.

Enjoy!…