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Ionian Islands

Discover the dazzling and enchanting islands of Greece

The Ionian island becomes an irresistible and attractive place for a charming yacht charter in the Greek Sea. It consists of seven magnificent islands: Cephalonia, Corfu, Ithaki, Kythira, Lefkada, Paxi and Zakinthos, which bring different features and excitement to the tourists. You will witness the natural beauty and uniqueness that only the eyes can catch.

The Ionian island has been influenced by British and French culture. It reflects its traditions, architecture and atmosphere, including Homeric epics and myths. On the west coast of the mainland lies the Greek sun, which attracts visitors with its stunningly beautiful scenery. In general, the island is less windy than the Aegean islands, which are perfect for sunbathing, beach activity and water sports. Definitely the best yacht destination.

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Each Ionian island acquires different cultures, traditions, beauty and adventures. Bring the light as you unravel the mystery of the Ionian islands below.


Zakynthos Greece sits in the heart of the enchanting Ionian Sea. It reveals a wonderful natural landscape and magical sugar-fine sand beaches and turquoise water. Its beaches are home to the endangered sea turtle Caretta, which they spawn in the spring and summer. Another must-have experience on the island is the crazy nightlife. Be in Zakynthos, the closest paradise on earth.



Ithaki is the home of Homer's Odysseus of unparalleled wealth. It is believed that the island is considered a diamond with its charming and seductive grace. Dive into the crystal clear waters of Ithaki beaches, catch the wide and breathtaking view of the walking paths, eat Vathy's fresh fish and seafood, and feel the warmth while chatting with the hospitable, kind and friendly locals.


In the northern part of the Ionian Islands lies Corfu, lined with hidden treasures, natural wonders of magical caves, romantic towns, quaint anchorages and beautiful beaches. In Corfu Town, the capital of the islands, guests will find an abundance of beautiful harbours, quaint anchorages and romantic town squares. For those interested in Greece's eventful history, there are many possibilities beyond the capital to marvel at the remnants of a bygone world.


The exotic island of Cephalonia is one of the largest and most famous Greek islands of the Ionian group. The island is perfect for sun-worshipers and nature lovers. It has a breathtaking natural landscape with exotic beaches, panoramic fishing villages and wonderful underground caves. Have fun with exciting activities on beaches with dazzling sand. You will find paradise in Cephalonia Greece!


Paxi is known by the Greeks for its unique scenery, which exudes a different attraction around the world every summer. It has emerald colour water ideal for swimming. Paxi is a small island but consists of three villages of traditional houses, beautiful front beaches and colourful surroundings. Paxi is on its way to becoming one of the hottest destinations in the Greek islands.


Lefkada is one of the best breathtaking Greek islands. It is the heart of the Ionian Sea, connected to the mainland by small bridges. The sandy temple with stunning turquoise waters surrounded by wild nature and magnificent beaches makes Lefkada wildly famous among its beaches. Water sports like windsurfing, kitesurfing, scuba diving and other beach-related activities are a must in Lefkfada. Lefkada is an absolute dream destination for those who love exotic islands.


Kythira Greece is a beautiful island located in the southern part of the Peloponnese. The island's architecture was heavily influenced by the Venetians. The delightful capital of the island, Chora, has incredible views of the Aegean Sea, the best place to watch the sunset. The island is surrounded by cliff-top villages, abandoned places, secret beaches and monasteries. A must-have experience during your stay in Kythira is a stroll through the ghost village of Paleochora followed by a dip in Lagada beach below. Kythira Greece is an island that never fails to attract tourists. 

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