Although the function of windmills today is not the same as when they were originally created, they still are characteristic constructions of Leros island that attract the interest of visitors.
One of the most significant attractions in Leros, however, is the conventional flour mill of the 20th century at the seaside near the entry of the port.
The little chapel is built on the site of an ancient temple, the ruins of which can still be seen behind the altar.
The Prophet Elias Church is located at the foot of the medieval Pandeli Castle with spectacular views of Agia Marina, the settlement of Platanos and Panteli village in the distance.
The Castle of Pandeli is a strong Medieval fortress overlooking the capital of Leros. It is also known as the Castle of our Lady, which means the Castle of the Virgin Mary
Standing only 100m from the port, this beautiful church was constructed in the 1930s. It has a nice facade and two bell towers on each side.
The Historical and Folklore Museum is housed in Bellenis Tower, on the way to Alinda.
Xirokambos is an old seaside village. There lies the oldest castle in the history of Leros, the famous castle of Lepida (Paleokastro) found above the settlement.
The Archaeological Museum of Leros is located next to the primary school of Agia Marina. It is housed in a Neoclassical building of 1882 and hosts a small but interesting collection.
Opened in 2005, the Leros War Museum is situated in Lakki and constitutes a testament to the weapons of mass destruction and loss of human life in the Second World War.
The War Memorial in Lakki, Leros, commemorates the attack of German bombers on the Greek destroyer Vasilissa Olga (Queen Olga), during the Second World War.
The small but interesting Ecclesiastical Museum of Leros is hosted in the church of Panagia Kastrou (our Lady of the Castle) in the Medieval Castle of Pandeli, which is built on top of a hill overlooking the sea.