The little island of Psara with the glorious history, the peaceful landscape, the
hospitable locals and the amazing beaches is heaven on earth for the ones seeking
alternative holidays, isolation and serenity. Visit the beaches of Kato Gialos, Lakka,
Lazoreta, Monastiri tis Panagias tis Psarianis and Spitalia, a kind of hospital from
the 18th century. Try to fish as well, and if you are not lucky, there is surely
fresh fish at the little taverns of the island. Book your ferry tickets as soon as
possible and enjoy unique holidays in Psara.
The Psara Port
There are regular ferry departures from the port of Piraeus and the journey, including
stops to other islands, lasts about 10 hours. For a carefree journey book online
your ferry tickets via aktoploika.gr. The port is at the only settlement of the island
which is also called Psara. It is a settlement full of monuments from different eras
as well as amazing beaches.
Connection With Other Ports
Psara has a ferry connection with the following ports: Lesvos, Chios, Piraeus (Athens).
You can now book ferry tickets online for Psara via Aktoploika.gr. If you plan to
travel during July and August, it’s best if you have booked several days or weeks
earlier to avoid hitches. You should also know that round-
In Psara you will enjoy walking. The distances are very short so you will easily go everywhere on foot.
Psara Guide / Information :: A small place with a great history!
An arid and volcanic rock nursed the biggest fighters of 1821 (Greek Revolution against the Ottoman Empire). Despite the wildness of the landscape, the hospitality of the locals will reward you. Seven islands constitute a group island located in the heart of the Aegean: Psara, Antipsara, Kato Nisi, Saint Nikolaos, Daskalio, Prassonisi and Nissopula. Psara is the largest island with about 500 inhabitants.
Around and over the port lies amphitheatrically the only one settlement of the island, Psara, near the peninsula of Paleokastro, the famous Mavri Rachi, where were blown the last defenders of the island in 1824.
The church of St. Nicholas, in which took the vow Kanaris before burning the flagship
of the turkish fleet, stands at the top of the rock.
Don't forget to visit the refurbished quarantine station in 'Spitalia', the old mill at the edge of Mavri Rachi, with wonderful views at the Aegean Sea, and of course the great beach of Laka, the Lazareta beach and the pebbled beaches of Fteli, Kato Yialos and Limnos.
In Archontiki, on the western coast of the island, have been found traces of Mycenaean settlement and cemetery, some parts of which are under water. With half an hour hike from the settlement, you will be able to visit it.
In the northern part of the island there is the monastery of the Dormition of the
Virgin, of the 16th century, with rare books and relics. On August 15th, in the grounds
of the monastery, is organized a brilliant feast with the participation of the whole
island. If you're on the island on August 1st, follow the locals to a nocturnal walk,
from the port to the monastery and from there back again, for the transfer of the
icon of the Savior. You will walk and you will reach the hinterland!
Apart from the beaches, the flavors of Psara will remain unforgettable. The mpompari, from chopped giblets and rice, the famous stuffed lamb, gries, fried pies with Psarian hard cheese, and of course the honey of the island.
Happy Holidays in Psara!!!
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