As announced at May 15th 2017 and according to  the results published on the website of the Greek  Society for the Protection of Nature, Leros Marina has been awarded the Blue Flag for the fourth consecutive year.

“The Blue Flag awards were announced by the Greek Society for the Protection of Nature (HSPN), which is the National Operator of the international “Blue Flag” awards system in our country, for swimming beaches and marinas”. With 395 Blue Flag awards for swimming beaches, Greece holds the third place in the world among 50 countries. This year, the International Jury awarded the Blue Flag to 3.468 swimming beaches and 695 marinas worldwide. Currently there is an effort in cooperation with government agencies to increase the number of award-winning Greek marinas”.
(Source: HSPN)

Following the strict criteria of the FEE and (HSPN) and focusing on the environmental standards of recycling systems, hazardous waste handling and processing ,waste water systems and removal of oily disposals from yachts, the water purity of the marina, the installation of garbage bins in all areas etc., Leros Marina proudly holds the Blue Flag also for 2017.

According to the results of the international committee, Greece holds the second place globally, with 486 awarded beaches and12 Marinas.

Continuing the ecological program, Leros Marina is prepared for the 2018 awards, focusing on environmental protection, preparing even more educational actions and wishing for even more Blue Flags waving.

For a safe environment and a better life for the future.

Leros Marina, Evros S.A


Leros Marina, Evros S.A., was established in 1989, when the rocky land overlooking the beautiful Lakki harbor was acquired. Lakki was used from the Italians as a naval station and aeronautics base for the whole of the Eastern Mediterranean during the Italian possession of the Dodecanese Islands from 1913 to 1943. The area that was selected is found in the north-eastern part and at the head of Lakki bay, GPS: 37o 07’42.30″ N – 26o 51’20.50″ E, at the precise point where the Italians moored their hydroplanes. On this private land, a new yacht harbor and marina has been created. It was the first Marina and Boatyard in the South East Aegean Greek waters.



Leros Marina Evros S.A., Leros Island, P.O. Box 30, Lakki Port, 85400 Greece



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