Lesvos, also known as Lesbos, is a stunning island located in the northeastern Aegean Sea. The island is famous for its breathtaking natural scenery, picturesque villages, and rich history and culture. Lesvos is the third-largest Greek island and is home to the Petrified Forest, a UNESCO World Heritage Site featuring fossilized trees that are over 20 million years old. The island also boasts numerous stunning beaches, including the popular Eressos Beach, as well as charming towns such as Molyvos and Mytilene, the island’s capital. Visitors can indulge in delicious local cuisine, including fresh seafood and traditional Greek dishes, while enjoying the laid-back and friendly atmosphere that Lesvos is known for.