· Day 1: Corfu → Syvota
· Day 2: Syvota → Parga
· Day 3: Parga → Lefkada
· Day 4: Lefkada→ Ithaca
· Day 5: Ithaca → Kefalonia
· Day 6: Kefalonia → Antipaxos
· Day 7: Antipaxos → Paxos
· Day 8: Paxos → Corfu
*The itinerary can change due to weather conditions and personal preferences
Blue and green, representative of Thesprotia’ s Prefecture, is the main reason why Syvota is considered as one of the most exotic destinations within Greece; lacy shores, luscious green islets, long sheltered beaches with crystal clear waters and secret coves, are just some of the settlement’s characteristics that nature has open handedly offered. It is the perfect stop for sailors of the Ionian archipelago, nevertheless it is a must destination for all.
Parga is hands down the most popular holiday destination in Epirus! Stretching around a secluded bay that faces the Ionian Sea, Parga has an island ambiance. This little town has a beautiful setting! Let us set the scene: Colorful houses built on the slopes of a mountain, boasting a breathtaking view of the sea, exotic beaches with turquoise waters and natural surroundings, a wonderful natural landscape… What’s not to love about Parga Greece. The first thing that catches your eye as you approach Parga by ferry is a lush green islet with a white church at the entrance of Parga port. On the top of a hill above Parga Town sit the ruined walls of a Venetian castle, a vestige of the Venetian rule.
Lefkada is one of the most breathtaking Greek islands and it is located in the heart of the Ionian Sea, boasting one of the most wonderful natural landscapes and some of the most scenic beaches. Lefkada Greece (or the “Caribbean of Greece”, as it is also known as) is the absolute dream destination for those who are into exotic islands. The main reason why Lefkada is wildly famous is its beaches!
You might have seen many pictures of the iconic Lefkada beaches, but, trust us, the reality far exceeds any expectations. Sandy and shrine, with mesmerizing turquoise waters, surrounded by wild nature, Lefkada beaches will amaze you! Apart from Lefkada beaches though, Lefkada rewards the visitor with seaside villages, such as Nidri Lefkada and Agios Nikitas Lefkada, natural beauties, such as Dimosari waterfalls, delicious food and a whole heap of exciting activities!
Famous all over the world as the mythical island of Odysseus, Ithaca is probably the most remarkable island of Greek mythology! Apart from its mythical essence, though, Ithaka Greece boasts an incredible beauty. Its laid-back character, emerald waters and lush greenery make it one of the heavenly Greek islands for those who seek relaxation. As for Ithaca beaches, they are stunning!
Filiatro, Sarakiniko and Agios Ioannis are some of the best-organized beaches in Ithaca. If you fancy a quiet day at the beach, there are also many secluded coves. Dive in the crystal-clear water of Ithaca beaches, hike along the island’s trekking paths, eat fresh fish and seafood at the traditional taverns, do romantic walks along the seafront promenade of Vathy, chat with the warm-hearted locals.
The exotic Kefalonia island is the largest and one of the most beautiful Greek islands of the Ionian group. Chances are you’ve already seen Kefalonia island on pictures and postcards, but, trust us, the reality is far better than any capture. Ideally located in the heart of the Ionian Sea, Kefalonia Greece has inspired many with its beauty and has been the filming location of the famous movie “Captain Corelli’s Mandolin”. Indeed, wherever you set your eyes on, you’ll see nature at its best!
A paradise for sea activities
Kefalonia is the perfect island to explore by boat, with endless private beaches and bays of exceptional beauty, such as Myrto and Makri Gialos. Visit coves that embrace the rare beauty of all the thing to do in Kefalonia, perfectly encapsulate the aesthetic of this Ionian idyll. For lovers of action and activities, Kefalonia offers all sorts of water sports at all the large organised beaches, as well as sea kayaking and scuba diving in impressive locations full of surprises such as little caves teeming with underwater life.
Antipaxos island, also called Antipaxi, is the smallest of the Ionian Islands and belongs to the municipality of Paxi. According to Greek legends, Paxi and all the tiny islands around it were created when Neptune, the sea god, nipped with his trident, a tiny piece from Corfu in order to create a snug cozy place for himself and his consort Amfitryti.
The islet of Antipaxos is famous for its beautiful beaches and offers some of the best swimming and snorkeling opportunities in Greece. Voutoumi and Vrika, the two main beaches of Antipaxos are located at the north end of the islet and both beaches are safe for all people. To the south of these two beaches, there are a few small and beautiful secluded coves.
Paxi (or Paxoi) is a small group of islands that sits south of Corfu, on the northern side of the Ionian Sea. Even though it is an island relatively untouched by international tourists, Paxi is well-known to the Greeks for its exotic landscape. Oozing a discreet cosmopolitan glamour, due to the many yachts that moor at its port every summer, Paxoi is shaping up to be one of the hottest destinations in the Greek islands!
Paxi is particularly famous for its beaches! Paxi beaches boast a beautiful exotic landscape and have enticingly clean emerald waters, ideal for swimming! Given that Paxi is a relatively small island, it only has three villages: Gaios, Lakka and Logos. These villages are made up of traditional houses, beautiful beachfront promenades and colorful corners, emitting a fairytale-like aura. Do not leave your camera home if you’re visiting the villages of Paxi!
Sitting in the North of the Ionian Sea, Corfu is one of the most connected to the historic Greek islands. Strongly influenced by the Venetians, the French and the English, Corfu Greece has a cosmopolitan, multicultural charm. Exploring Corfu Town, the capital of the island, you’ll see the glorious past of Corfu on imposing palaces, noble mansions, beautiful museums, and charming squares.
Moving away from Corfu Town, you’ll discover picturesque seaside villages, tiny verdant islets, luxurious Corfu resorts, and wild natural landscapes. It’s amazing how the different sides of this idyllic island coexist in harmony! As for Corfu beaches, they are one of their kind! Nestled in sandy coves, surrounded by green forests and mountains, they are some of the best beaches in Greece!