How to get to Osho Afroz
OSHO Afroz is located in Eresos, at the Southwest part of the Lesvos Island in Greece. You can either get there by air or by boat.
By air: There are daily flights from Athens, Thessaloniki & other Greek islands and direct charter flights from many European cities to Mytilene airport. Eresos is about 80 Km from Mytilene. You can come by taxi (~1½ hour), rent a car yourself or go by bus (~ 8€ /3 hours). For the bus, you’ll find the summer timetables available at the end of May (info: +30 22510 28873).
By boat: There’s a daily service from the port of Piraeus & 2 – 3 times a week from Thessaloniki & Kavala.
From Mytilene to Eresos
If you come with your own car, you take the road from Mytilene to Kalloni, and from there to Eresos through Agra. Approximately 5 km after Mesotopos village, at the left hand side you will see a new built small church (about 2.5 km before the Eresos-Skala intersection). After about 50 m from the church, you turn left in the first dirt road (next to a big oak tree) and then left again in the first intersection. After about 200m you are here!
If you come by bus, at the end of the destination (Eresos/Skala Eresos) get off, give us a call and if a car is available we come to pick u up, otherwise there are taxi’s available.
In case you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com. We’ll be happy to help you organize your arrival to the center.
The Greek Islands
The islands are the main characteristic of Greece’s morphology and an integral part of the country’s culture and tradition. Greek sovereign land includes 6,000 islands and islets scattered in the Aegean and Ionian Seas, of which only 227 islands are inhabited. This is a truly unique phenomenon for the European continent.
The Greek Archipelago takes up 7,500 km of the country’s total 16,000 km coastline, offering a highly diversified landscape: beaches stretching over many kilometers, sheltered bays and coves, sandy beaches with sand-dunes, pebble beaches, coastal caves with steep rocks and dark colored sand typical of volcanic soil and coastal wetlands.