Surfing, kitesurfing, sailing, wakeboarding, water ski: for sea sports enthusiasts, Greece knows how to deliver adrenaline-inducing experiences Ideal conditions and unparalleled Greek natural beauty have made Greece one of the most popular destinations for sports activities at sea. Sailing, scuba diving, kitesurfing and wakeboard. Which are the most beloved destinations for water sports in Lefkada?
Travel at your own speed between the Ionian islands. With their superb beaches, excellent marinas and safe harbours, sailing enthusiasts will have the experience of a lifetime. Ithaca: The kingdom of Odysseus. Directly opposite the northern shores of Kefalonia lies Ithaca, a high, narrow island indented with coves. The main harbour of Vathy lies at the
The Venetian Olive Grove The grove, which embraces the western side of town, was planted by order of the Venetians in the 17th century. Here, you’ll enjoy a walk or a bike ride through the immortal olive trees. Dimosari waterfalls Follow the shady path under the planes, until you come upon a unique vision; water
The most popular beaches in Lefkada Are you ready to dive into paradise? Here, turquoise meets azure, with white sand, white cliffs and smooth white pebbles. Vast exotic beaches, bays, cliffs that plunge into the sea and an orgy of pine trees that tumbles intoxicatingly towards the coast. And what a coast! Kathisma, Egremni, Milos,
A jewel of an island, with dense forests, cosmopolitan charm and famous beaches You’re bound to have seen photographs of Lefkada’s world-renowned beaches. But when you arrive, you’ll quickly realise that it is even better in real life. Lefkada – or Lefkas – is easily accessible, hospitable and lively – a recipe for the perfect summer holiday
Discover Lefkada This untamed Ionian Sea island is so much more than world-famous beaches and windsurfing spots Lefkada’s connection to the mainland by a long causeway and floating bridge serves as a major travel advantage since you don’t need a boat to reach it. This connection has influenced Lefkada both historically and culturally as the island’s