Ionian Islands

Ionian Islands

Aegina .You can moor either to the small, picturesque port of Perdika or sail further towards the west coast to Aegina’s main port. Don’t miss a visit to the local fish market, where you can taste Greek delicacies and the worldwide famous Aegina pistachio.
Trizonia is the only inhabited island of the Corinthian Gulf. It is an ideal place for an overnight stay, since it has a large marina, a handful of small tavernas, a plenty of local color.
Ithaca 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.
Kastos is a small and not that well-known island, presented by multiple small coves and secluded beaches with pebbles and emerald waters. It is ideal for peaceful and relaxing vacation.
Kefalonia 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.
Lefkada. With its iconic beaches, turquoise waters, idyllic coves as well as picturesque villages and lush vegetation Lefkada weaves a powerful spell on its visitors.
Preveza. With the combination of nature as well as its dazzling coastline, Preveza is a place that begs to be explored.
Parga. Built around a secluded bay that faces the Ionian Sea, Parga has an island ambiance. With its colorful houses, exotic beaches with turquoise waters and cobbled stone streets, it is a famous holiday destination.
Syvota. 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.