Plomari is a picturesque seaside town located on the southern coast of Lesvos island that is famous for its ouzo, a traditional Greek alcoholic drink, and hosts a popular Ouzo Festival every summer. 

The festival attracts visitors from all over the world who come to taste different varieties of ouzo and this gastronomic experience is made even more enjoyable by the hospitable locals. 

Ouzo enthusiasts can also visit the 2 Ouzo museums of Varvagianni and the World of Ouzo, both very close to the village. 

Plomari is also a cultural center with its own rich history and offers a variety of sightseeing opportunities, including ancient ruins and Byzantine churches.