We integrate with a secure online booking engine, which is widely adopted by many Greek hotels and Accommodation. Alternatively you can contact us via email or phone.
Cancellation of bookings is made easy. Online bookings can be cancelled according to the selected cancellation policy during reservation. For bookings made by phone or direct email the cancellation policy varies. Advance payments made are not refunded.
Our accommodation is self catering. We can only offer daily maid service unless is agreed at an agreed cost in advance.
Maid service & change of linen and towels are offered on a weekly basis. Urgent requests can be accommodated after communicating with the host.
Nearest Airport : Mytilene Airport (MJT) at 68 Kilometres
Nearest Ferry : Mytilene Port at 65 Kilometres
Nearest Beach : Molyvos beach at 500 Metres
Nearest Barpub : Molyvos Village at 50 Metres
Nearest Restaurant : Molyvos harbour at 100 Metres
Heliades complex is in a residential area. Guests are asked to respect quiet hours during Summer period by keeping noise to a minimum between 3:00pm to 5:30pm. & 11:00 pm – 07:00 am.
The Krallis family can be found in Molyvos as early as the late seventeen hundreds. By the late nineteenth century they were part of a small circle of Greek and Turkish families involved in representing Molyvos to the Ottoman authorities and essentially running the village. This interesting blend of Greek identity with active participation in the Ottoman empire’s social and economic life can be seen in the folk art decorating the walls of the Krallis Mansion – currently in the stewardship of the Athens School of Arts – where images of Alexander the great stand opposed to whirling dervishes and depictions of Istanbul, the imperial centre towards which Molyvos and more generally the Island of Lesvos were directed.
After the incorporation of the Island in the Greek state in 1912 the family retained its prominent position in the village. In the mid-1920s Ioannes Krallis, father of the current owner of the neighbouring Molyvos Manor, built the power generator for Molyvos’ electric lighting. The power generator close to the harbour provided the village with electricity until the late 50s when Molyvos became part of Lesvos’ grid. Still, the second world war and family deaths led the Krallis family to Athens in the late 40s. Today Stratis and Nana spend six months a year in Molyvos and the rest of their time at their home in Athens. Their sons Dimitris and Yiannis live in Vancouver, BC and Athens.
It is possible to rent any apartment from 01/11 to 01/04. You can call or email us for further details.
You can travel to Lesvos by plane or ferry.
Ferry to Lesvos
You can easily reach Lesvos from Athens. Ferries depart from Piraeus port almost all days of the week. The trip from Piraeus takes approx. 11 hours. Lesvos is also connected by ferry with the port of Kavala on the northern side of the Greek mainland. Possibly there will be a connection from Thessaloniki on 2022 as well. Some islands, like Syros, Mykonos, Ikaria, Samoe and Chios have also connection with Lesvos by ferry.
Finally there is a connection between Lesvos and the port of Ayvalik in Turkey.
Flights to Lesvos
The airport of Lesvos is located 3 km away from Mytilene, the capital of the island. It receives domestic flights from Athens and Thessaloniki. The flight time from Athens to Lesvos is 50 minutes. In the tourist period there are charter flights from abroad.
Air companies to Lesvos
The airport of Lesvos operates all year round and receives flights from Athens and Thessaloniki. In summer, it is also connected by plane with other Greek and foreign airports. Here are the main air companies that fly from/to Lesvos.
From Athens and Thessaloniki
Jet2 (London, Manchester and Bristol)
Condor (Germany via Athens to Mytilini. From Germany, guests fly from Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich and Leipzig)