The Ionian Archipelago (Lefkada, Ithaca, Kefalonia, Zante) is one of the most charming and spectacular places to visit on a sailing holiday.
Discover our sailing holidays for singles, couples and families, in the Greek Ionian Islands.
The Ionian Archipelago (Lefkada, Ithaca, Kefalonia, Zante) is one of the most charming and spectacular places to visit on a sailing holiday. This region of Greece is famous for its long beaches with white sand and clear waters, as well as for the stunning colours of its landscapes and the charm and Mediterranean warmth of its people.
Check in > from 16:00 to 24:00
The guests meet our staff at the meeting point at the marina in Lefkada and then board the boat. The cabins are assigned and a brief presentation is given on the safety and cohabitation rules on board.
Sunday: Lefkada > Meganisi > Kastos
We’ll sail towards Meganisi Island where we will visit the giant cave. A few miles away, we’ll see two splendid bays where we will take a break for lunch and a swim. We’ll spend the night in the main bay of Kastos.
Monday: Kastos > Atokos > Ithaca
We’ll depart early in the morning towards the uninhabited Atokos Island which is located in the center of the canal of Ithaca and we’ll anchor in the stunning bay where the colours of the sea can’t be distinguished from the colours of the sky. In the afternoon we’ll head towards Ithaca, an island full of history and educational appeal.
At sunset we’ll explore some Greek inns.
Tuesday: Ithaca > Sami
After filling up the pantry we’ll leave for Telemaco, the most beautiful bay of Ithaca. We’ll have an afternoon break in Pigadi where there are three beaches waiting for us with their ivory white sand. We’ll then let the wind bring us to Sami
(an island of Kefalonia).
Wednesday: Sami > Fiscardo
We’ll head up the canal of Kefalonia sailing along the coast for about 12 miles to get to Olive bay or to Andorvata, south of Fiscardo, a very popular place amongst yachters (it’s the Portofino of Greece). We’ll get there in the afternoon.
Thursday: Fiscardo > Vasiliki > Sivota
We’ll cross the canal that separates Kefalonia from Lafkada, heading towards the port of Vasiliki.
We’ll sail for 10 miles until we get to the bay, where we will have the opportunity to admire the dreamlike turquoise waters. We’ll spend the night in Sivota, toasting in one of the many taverns facing the sea.
Friday: Sivota > Skorpio > Lefkada
We’ll circumnavigate Skorpio Island, which is owned by the Onassis family, and you’ll get to choose where to have lunch. In the afternoon, the last swim of your holiday in another bay. When our sails pick up enough wind, we’ll get to the canal which will lead us to Lefkada.
Check out > The guests must leave the boat before 10:00am.