The Ionian Islands consist of 6 large and many small Islands: Lefkada, Ithaca, Zakynthos, Corfu, Kythira and more. They are located in the Ionian sea and are part of Greece. If you want to descover their natural reality you need to rent any of our sailing beauties yachts, to join into a mysterious places.
The are a few large resorts on the East coast of the island Lefkada which are populated mostly during the warmer time of the year. A large number of beaches are a favorite place for relaxation and the most famous of them are Porto Katsiki, Nydri and Egremni beaches.
The island is the last area from the group of the Ionian Islands.He has an extended shape. East coast is cut into numerous bays and capes. Here are very beautiful beaches which are mostly small stones. Ithaca is known primarily as the birthplace and Kingdom of the hero of Greek epic poems – “Odyssey”.
Zakynthos is the southern of the island group and the third of largest. His shaped like an irregular triangle. The beauty of the island has been described from the ancient Greek poet Omir, who indicates there is lots of green forests. The combination with the beautiful beaches of Zakynthos continues to inspire lovers of natural resources.
It is the second largest island of the Ionian sea and are located close to the coast of the Albanian town of Saranda. The island is with a magnificent geographical relief of the Northern part of the mountain, the climate is extremely healthy. In the coast of the island are lapping waves of three seas – the Ionian, Adriatic and Mediterranean sea. Here the history is rising and remembered their heroes – the Iceland’s name comes from beloved wife of Poseidon.
Kythira is the smallest island of Ionian’s group, which is washed by the waters of the Aegean sea. The island takes its name from Kythiro – the king of the Phoenicians. According to Greek mythology here is the birthplace of the most beautiful god of Olympus – Aphrodite. Kythira is also a cultural and archeological cohabitation of Greeks, Osmanen, British and Venetians.