With its iconic beaches, turquoise waters, idyllic coves as well as picturesque villages and lush vegetation Lefkada weaves a powerful spell on its visitors.
is a small island of unspoiled beauty. Pristine, secluded beaches, numerous coves, crystalline waters, caves and picturesque villages form the perfect scenery for your laid-back vacation. Paxi. Fjord-shaped, unparalleled beaches, small bays, turquoise waters and green hills welcome the lucky visitors.
is the home of Odysseus. It boasts an incredible beauty. With its mazing beaches with deep blue colors, lush green valleys and picturesque mountainous villages Ithaca is a heavenly holiday destination.
is worldwide famous for its scenic, pristine beaches. It is the largest, and perhaps the most varied, of the Ionian Islands. Here you can find spectacular countryside, imposing mountains, oak forests, vineyards, laced coastline and crystal-clear waters. Kefalonia invites you to an endless exploration.
The island is approximately eight miles (13 km) in length and tipped up towards the west. The west coast is dominated by steep white, chalky cliffs that are greatly eroded at sea level, and harbour many ‘blue caves’, which can be explored on launches departing from Gaios. Much of the attractive landscape is still covered in olive groves.
Antipaxos is a small island (5 km²) in Greece, about 3 kilometres (2 miles) to the south of Paxos. As of 2011, the resident population of the island was 20. Largely covered in vineyards, Antipaxos has several beaches and one harbour, Agrapidia.
It has three main beaches: Vrika (white sand), Mesovrika (pebbles) an Voutoumi (pebbles) and it can be reached by 15-minute ride with a sea-taxi from the port of Gaios in Paxos.
Thanks to its lacy shores, luscious green islets, long sheltered beaches with crystal clear waters and secret coves, it is considered as one of the most exotic destinations of Greece.