Lesbos live camGreat view of Mithymna, Lesbos

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    • 12 hours ago
    • Phil

    Molyvos,Lesvos .......Nowhere else is the same.Come and visit as I do year after year.

    You too will return again and again.

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    • 1 month ago
    • Messer

    Lesbos experienced an earthquake tremor here 2 days ago - 6.3 magnitude - the village of Vrisa was worst hit with 10 people taken to hospital. :(

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    • 2 months ago
    • Ian Clark

    Not sure if it's a new camera or if you've just cleaned the lense, But it is 100% claerer. Thank you.

    Δεν είστε σίγουροι αν πρόκειται για μια νέα κάμερα ή αν έχετε μόλις καθαρίσει το φακό, αλλά είναι 100% clarer. Ευχαριστώ.

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    • 2 months ago
    • Rob Berkers

    Today in exact 100 days we will be flying to Lesvos again and we will be visiting Molyvos and other beautiful places of Lesvos again.... 3 weeks of relaxing ahead.

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    • 4 months ago
    • Gerco

    Food for wintertime

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    • 4 months ago
    • Belinda Rodgers

    Am happy to say only a 7 week wait for us now! Lots of walking in the surrounding countryside and every other minute possible chilling out in Molyvos Harbour or town......

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    • 5 months ago
    • Rob Berkers

    About 6 months we will be sitting there again... in the sun, enjoying the good food en ouzo.

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    • 6 months ago
    • Mark Darroll

    keep me going till September just checking in here each day

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    • 6 months ago
    • Cornelious the Curious

    Great cam, for the greatest destination in Greece! I took an old tablet, installed google chrome and now cast the webcam 24/7 fullscreen to my google chromecast/41" flatscreen tv. That's my major view to Mithymna. Great!

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    • 6 months ago
    • FB FB

    The refugee problem was solved with the help of Turkey on the island. Daily 500 people came here. See talk about immigrants from the welcome here is not getting to your home

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    • 6 months ago
    • Belinda Rodgers

    Thanks for your note and info Sue, apologies for slow reply. That will have been difficult for residents in Vafeios, they certainly won't have snow ploughs etc to hand - they would sit doing nothing for 10 mths of the year!! Yes we used to view that camera too - a few times we walked round the village looking for it, one of those silly little things you do on holiday just because you can!! Lucky friend of yours, It's a lovely village, I'd love to live there. Re webcams, there is still one in Vafeios (also with a beautiful outlook), albeit privately owned (not Skycam). If you Google it you might be able to obtain the IP address to access it. We found that one- it is at the Vafeois Taverna! I like watching the boats and the comings & goings at the harbour so I use the Skycam. Best regards! Belinda

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    • 6 months ago
    • Sue McPherson

    Hi Belinda, just had phone call yesterday evening from a friend who lives in Vafeios. They have been unable to get their car out of the village because of snow, and also had other various weather-related issues for elderly people of the village☹️

    Did you ever see the webcam that used to be situated in Vafeios, looking out across the bay towards Molyvos? Beautiful view, but was sadly taken down - bw, SM

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    • 6 months ago
    • Belinda Rodgers

    Brrrr !! Temperature -2 and looks like freshly driven snow covering the webcam lens. I always thought Molyvos was a 'cool' place to be. HNY....

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    • 7 months ago
    • Belinda Rodgers

    Anyone who knows Molyvos / Lesvos in general will understand the pleasure and comfort gained from viewing this webcam! To quote an earlier commentator, it is 'a daily hit' for me too, it helps to keep me going until I can be there again! We need to let everyone know that there is no reason not to come to Lesvos - the migration issues have been addressed and everything is now organised and clean, thanks to the wonderful Greek people, especially the people of Molyvos, who have been so patient and generous, even when their town was virtually overcome by the volume of people on the streets.

Lesbos

Mythimna or Molyvos is a large traditional village, located in northern northwest coast of the island, 62 km. Northwest of Mytilene. Molyvos is one of the most tourist areas of the island and is characterized by its natural beauty and its picturesque architecture.

The houses with their traditional architecture made of stone and wood and painted with bright colors, combined with the impressive Byzantine castle that dominates the area, create a picturesque and romantic environment.

The village is populated since antiquity as the ancient Mithymna was built at same position but unfortunately not much was saved.

The view of the Aegean Sea is unique. Nearby is Eftalou, with the famous beach and the thermal spas.

Molyvos Tourism Organization undertook to highlight the unique environmental and cultural resources of the area, to highlight the Molivos Lesvos as a unique tourist destination and offers visitors unforgettable vacation. Members of Molyvos Tourism Agency can be persons over 18 years, professionals in the tourism industry of the island of Lesvos, but also people regardless profession who believe that they can contribute to the achievement of the Agency's objectives. Each member must pay the annual financial contribution, set according to the economic size of their profession. The Agency's office is open to the public and any new idea and volunteer help is welcome. The Agency organizes meetings to inform the public of the activities and actions.

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