In Lavrio, pretty much everything is within walking distance. The central square is Eleftherias Square, and everything happens in the streets around the square. The Lavrio Port and Lavrio Marina are also just a few blocks away.
The Archaeological Museum of Lavrio is found at the entrance of the city coming from Mesogeia. It is frequently visited by numerous schools as part of educational programs. It is a ground floor structure built in the 1970s.... more
The Mineralogical Museum of Lavrio was founded in 1986. It is dedicated to Andrea Kordella, a mineralogist from Smyrna. In addition to minerals, stones and crystals, the museum also exhibits various tools and machines from miners who worked in the... more
The Industrical Education Museum of Lavrio helps young and old to discover the history of the country's crafts and industry in an exciting way. It offers adults, young people and children a variety of experiences and entertainment. It is aimed at all... more
The Port of Lavrio was established in the 11th Century BC beside a small town in at the southernmost tip of Attica, Greece. It is the seat of the municipality of Lavreotiki. The ferry boats from Lavrio go to the nearby island of Kea and the Cycladic ... more