Discover The Ionian Sea


Vathy is a traditional fishing village with a picturesquare port which has developed into a favourite harbouring spot for yachts. Spartohori is built high above,with traditional houses,narrow streets and an amazing view. Through a green covered path which hides its way into the Cyclops cave can reach the settlement spilia that serves as a port for spartohori. finally katomeri is also a traditional village built on a hill with a view of the gulf of atherinos.



Famous as the legendary homeplace of Odysseus Ithaca island is a heavenlyl island for total relaxation. It has amazing lush greenery, gem villages and beaches with blue green waters. Kioni and Vathy are the most picturesque villages, while wonderful beaches to swim are Filiatro, Sarakiniko and Agios Ioannis. A boat from Vathy goes to the fantastic and secluded beach of Gidaki. Apart from swimming, this small place is also great for hiking. Hiking paths cross the island and lead to small villages and ancient remains.



Kefalonia is the largest island of the Ionian sea, a fascinating destination, with its infinite variety of the natural surroundings. Sea, mountain, and small, green plains are harmoniously combined together.Thick forests cloak the rugged limestone landscape while its golden beaches are among the most beautiful in the Mediterranean. The heavy winter rains make this one of the greenest and lushest of islands. Kefalonia reveals to visitors a glimpse of paradise at every turn, from the traditional village of Fiskardo to the fascinating villages of Livatho. Fiscardo is the most cosmopolitan place with a port that receives many yachts every summer. The capital and main port of Cephalonia since 1757 is Argostoli, built on the inner coast of its peninsula.Kefalonia is perhaps the only island where one can encounter such fantastic natural phenomena from the caves of Drogarati and Melissani to Katavothres (swallow-holes



Lefkada amazes visitors with the exotic blue colour of its beaches. Called by many "the Carribean of Greece", this island is a very popular summer resort with many things to offer its visitors. Parties for the youths, excellent spots for windsurfers, organized watersports, quiet spots for relaxation, and plenty of sightseeing.Lefkada is green and mountainous, connected to the mainland by a bridge. The neighbouring islands can be visited by boat, as well as the famous –but private- Scorpio, Onassis' island. Visitors will find both sandy and pebbled beaches, some of them quiet, others more suited to people who want to have fun and party.On the western coast of the island, its beaches stand out for the wonderful colour and the impressive landscape, particularly Porto Katsiki, Egremni and Kathisma.

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