The 14th International Eressos Women’s Festival – Lesvos

6-20 September 2014

After 13 years, this festival keeps getting better, attracting women holiday makers from all over the world to this tiny Greek Isle. For 2014, the International Eressos Women’s Festival  takes place over two weeks, from 6-20 September.

It’s the place (Sappho’s birthplace) and the event (by Sappho Women) to discover your Sappho heritage in the village of Skala Eressos  on Lesvos Island.

The festival encompasses diverse events, performances and outdoor activities, with live bands, dancers, cabaret artists, comedians, visual artists and DJs.   Everything celebrates the history, culture, creativity and diversity of women.

The festival is an international event with a local feel, taking place in a beautiful, unspoiled Greek beach village. It is an opportunity to join in events, make new friends, network, learn new skills, share talents and have a lot of fun – with a taste of Greek sunshine and culture thrown in for free!

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Watch 2013 Festival Video for an idea about the fun activities on offer during the two week festival.

Skala Eressosis a traditional Greek village with a boho-chic vibe and a laidback, friendly atmosphere. Skala offers a chilled-out and grown-up alternative to some of the better-known, overpriced party resorts, and allows you to have just the kind of holiday you want while being exactly who you want to be – whether that’s single, happily coupled up, with your kids or a as a group of friends. With a range of accommodation and many apartments offering self-catering facilities, there’s something here to suit every budget.

Planning to get to Greece for this event?  Don’t leave home without travel insurance to cover the adventure activities and the pre and post touring you’ll want to do.

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