Zakynthos Island

Zakynthos in Greek, or Zante in Italian, is considered one of the best Greek islands as far as beaches are concerned; it’s a fascinating island. Although it is often wrongly associated with organized tourism on the east and southeast coasts, the central and western regions are known for their wild and evocative nature. The Venetians called this island “The Flower of the East”. Its people are very welcoming and they are great cooks. The southern area has the honor of hosting one of the last remaining habitats of the Mediterranean species of the loggerhead turtle. Zante has the highest density of nests of the Ionian Sea, about eleven hundred along the 5 km of the Bay of Laganas.

What we visit:
-Famous Shipwreck
-Blue Caves


Ithaca Island

Sheltered between Cephalonia and the mainland, Ithaca is believed to be the mythical home of Homer’s Ulysses, where his faithful wife Penelope waited for him patiently despite the siege of many suitors. This peaceful island is formed by two large peninsulas connected by a narrow isthmus and dotted with huge cliffs, steep mountains and extensive olive groves and cypresses. Lovely villages, many of which were rebuilt after the earthquake of 1953, and hidden coves with rocky beaches
complete the enchantment. Byzantine monasteries and churches offer wonderful views. Ithaca’s small size of guarantees spectacular changes in landscape over short distances. Sometimes it’s possible to see the entire island overlooking the ocean and surrounding islands.

What we visit:
– Vathi Village
– Kioni Traditional Village

Cephalonia Island

The largest island of the Ionian Sea, Cephalonia is a very charming place. Although it has developed over the last years as a family destination, beach places in Cephalonia island never get crowded due to the large size of the island. Mostly famous for the exotic beaches, including Myrtos, Antisamos, Lourdas and Skala, the island was chosen for filming the Hollywood movie Captain Corelli’s Mandolin. Apart from swimming, Cephalonia Greece also has many places to see, from picturesque villages to medieval castles and beautiful monasteries. Fiscardo is the most cosmopolitan place with a port that receives many yachts every summer. Other nice villages to visit during your Cephalonia holidays are Argostoli, Sami and Assos


What we visit:
-Fiskardo Village
-Antisamos Beach

Lefkada Island

Considered as the Caribbean of Greece, Lefkada island amazes visitors with the exotic blue colour of its beaches. Connected to the mainland through a small bridge, Lefkada can actually be accessed by car, so there is no need for ferry. This is the perfect place for families, couples and large groups of friends, as it has something for everyone. The beaches, on the western coast of Lefkada Greece, distinguish for the wonderful colour and the impressive landscape, particularly Porto Katsiki, Egremni and Kathisma. Around the island, visitors can find lovely villages with fish taverns by the sea and surrounded by lush greenery. Nidri, Vassiliki, Sivota, the Town and Agios Nikitas are beautiful places with special character each one.

What we visit:
-Nidri Village
-Scorpios Island of Onassis

Paxi & Antipaxi Islands 

The tiny island of Paxi is located south of Corfu, on the northern side of the Ionian Sea. This is a place with intense cosmopolitan style due to the many yachts that moor in its ports in summer. Paxi Island is mostly famous for the wonderful beaches with the exotic blue color. Particularly the uninhabited islet of Antipaxi has few of the most wonderful beaches in Greece, with true Caribbean water. The islet of Antipaxi can be visited by boat from the port of Gaios, the capital of Paxi Greece. Gaios, Lakka and Logos are the three villages of the island, with traditional architecture and relaxing beach promenades. The island can be visited for holidays or as a day trip from Corfu and Parga.


What we visit:
-Famous turquoise beaches of Paxi

Corfu Island

Corfu Greece is among the most beautiful and popular islands of the country. Due to its strong historical connection with Europe, this was among the first Greek islands to open to tourism. Located on the north western side of the country, Corfu Island has a cosmopolitan feeling combined with a special traditional character. Paleokastritsa, Sidari, Kassiopi and Acharavi are nice tourist places on the northern side of the island, while the inland is dotted with lovely villages and much sightseeing. Apart from the wonderful beaches, the highlight of the island is the Old Town with the characteristic Venetian style. Holidays in Corfu can be combined with other Ionian islands, such as Paxi.

What we visit:
-The capital of Corfu!


Parga Town

Parga in Greece is the most popular summer destination in Epirus. This small town is situated in a secluded bay of the Ionian Sea and has an intense island feeling. The colorful houses of Parga Greece are constructed amphitheatrically along the slopes of a mountain, offering nice view to the sea. A green islet with a white church stands
at the entrance of the port, while the ruined walls of a Venetian castle can be seen on top of a hill above the town. Most of all, it is famous for the amazing beaches with the exotic water. With a convenient location in western Greece, Parga is a good base for day excursions to Sivota, Preveza and even Lefkada.


What we visit:
-The scenic town of Parga


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