Lipsi is a tiny island of Dodecanese, mostly frequented by naturists, campers and people who need totally relaxing holidays. The majority of beaches in Lipsi island are unorganized but all have crystal waters. Some beaches are accessible by foot through hiking paths from the main town, while others can be reached with the small bus that makes the tour of the island. Daily boats from the port go to the neighboring island of Thymena, an ideal place for naturism and total privacy.

The island of Lipsi, in Greece, is one of the Greek islands of the Aegean Sea and it belongs to the Dodecanese islands group. Lipsi island actually has only one main town, where all things to do are concentrated. The Town is also the main port of the island, that receives ferries from Piraeus and the other islands of Dodecanese. Most facilities, including accommodation, taverns, cafeterias, bank, shops, medical centre, are found in Town. This is also where the public bus departs to beaches around the island and where a couple of rental agencies are found. The main town of Lipsi island is only a short walking distance from the popular beaches of Lientou and Kambos, where you can also find tourist accommodation. The beaches distinguish for their crystal water, the serene atmosphere and the natural beauty. Pebbled or sandy, most of these beaches are not organized, except for the beaches close to the main town, which have few rooms to rent and seaside taverns. The other beaches are totally secluded and can be reached on foot or with the small public bus that departs from the town Town. Generally be prepared for long walks during your Lipsi holidays.

The majority of hotels in Lipsi are found in Lipsi Town, the only village of the island. Accommodation is simple but offers all the necessary facilities for your Lipsi holidays. Hotels, studios and apartments line up the long port promenade of the town, offering good access to the small nearby beach and the fish taverns of the town. Nice apartments are also found in the beaches close to the town, including Lientou and Kambos.