Ionian Islands

An archipelago of over 120 islands of which about 20 are inhabited.
Ionian sea once sailed the vessels who had maken the history of the Mediterranean, spreading cultures and traditions.
The islands of the Ionian Greece are a paradise for sailors due to favorable forecast and wind wheather and the chance to discover many bays with crystal clear water.

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South of the island of Paxi, there is this very small island, only 3km long, called Antipaxos. It is like a paradise on earth. A dense forest of mastic, pine, and other trees covers it. So, it’s well worth investigating it if you can bear to leave its magnificent white sand beaches.

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Assos Kefalonia

Assos is a tiny and picturesque village located north of the stunning Myrtos beach and 36 km north of Argostoli, the capital of Kefalonia. Distinguishable by the ruins of a 16th century Venetian castle, today Assos is one of the most charming spots of the island.

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Atokos is a small Greek island in the Ionian Sea, south of Lefkada and north of Ithaka. It belongs to the group of north Echinades islands although it is perhaps the remotest of all of them. Since 2001 it has no resident population.

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Frikes Itaka

The beautiful fishing village of Frikes is built on the east coast of Ithaca, 19 km from Vathy, at the head of a long narrow bay. Frikes, is filled with boats and tourists during the summer that visit the taverns on the shore. It is well-known for its traditional images, fishing boats and friendly locals.

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Navagio Zante

Navagio or Shipwreck Beach is one of the most photographed beach in the world. In many books and magazines is described as the best sightseeing of Zakynthos and one of the most famous beaches in Greece. It is situated on the east coast of the island, close to a mountain village of Anafonitria. Crystal clear waters, white sand, impressive steep rocks and the half-sunk in the sand shipwreck compose a fantastic scene. The beach is approachable only by boats.

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Whether you travel by sailing yacht, speedboat or ferry, you’ll be enchanted by the charm of this small emerald island called Paxi, in the Ionian Sea. The beaches are unique: white sand or pebbles washed by crystal clear water. Behind them there are groves of ancient olive trees and dense vineyards. Experience of a lifetime is to look to the sunset from the white cliffs at Eremitis and explore caves.

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Porto Katsiki

Porto Katsiki is the most famous beach on the Ionian island of Lefkada, Greece. The name is said to be originated from the fact that in the past only goats could reach this area. It is well known around the world for its landscape and clear blue sea. It lays at the bottom of a concave pale cliff.


Palaiokastritsa is perhaps the most famous scenic village of the island of Corfu. Corfu has been alluded to be the mythical island of the Phaeacians, and the cove of Palaiokastritsa to be the place where Odysseus disembarked and met Nausicaa. The word Paleokastritsa literally means old fortress, witnessing the existence of such a castle on the rocky cave where now stands the Monastery of the Virgin

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Vathy is one of the main villages of the island of Meganisi, which is part of the Lefkada regional unit in Greece. It boasts for one of the world's largest natural harbours with deep blue waters where fishing and sailing activities are conducted safely. The pier is filled with many boats during summer. Vathi once used to be a fishing village and now is one of the most famous touristic resorts in the Ionian Sea.

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