Lygia is a small seaside village on the northeastern coast of the island, very close to the capital. The main road Levkas-Vasiliki
runs through it and it has been gradually developing as a resort.
The village is a quiet and relaxing place to stay. There are hotels and rooms to rent, a few taverns and cafes around the small harbor and a bakery. The beach is narrow and shingled but long, with small coves here and there, and except for July and August only a small number of people can be seen on the beach. The sea is very calm.