Ionian Islands

Proposed Itinerary


“...and all the space is covered with one immense grove of olive trees – so that you see over a carpet of wood wherever you look...”
Edward Lear

CORFU - Berthing Naok Marina

Calm beautiful Ionian seas with
lion-gold sandy beaches

Traditional fishing villages to explore surrounded by sprawling olive and fruit tree orchards

Not to be missed charming old town with extraordinary aristocratic Venetian architecture

Glamorous social scene with numerous restaurants and bars to choose from

The island has a strong music tradition and philharmonic orchestra and choir concerts are held during the summer months

Plenty of shops around the old town

Best beach options:
Barbati & Kassiopi

Not to be missed!

Erikousa & Othoni

- two of the most virgin islands of the Ionian Sea, Erikousa & Othoni stands 8-9 nautical miles northwest of Corfu surrounded by crystal clear blue waters, endless golden and steep cliffy beaches -

A must stop
for swimming
in Syvota


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.


“A group of small islands with
absolute tranquility”

Marvelous and exotic beaches,
some of them only accessible by the sea

The best preserved and most picturesque villages
in the Ionian islands, some very hip but laid-back
bars and tavernas to enjoy

Enjoy an early morning swim in Antipaxos bay & lunch onboard. In the evening, head to the lively town of Gaios, the main port of Paxi, & explore the various traditional taverns and bustling bars & clubs.

“Turquoise waters lapping against pale sands and dramatic white cliffs”

Depending on the weather, either cruise across the west coastline of the island for a swim & stay in Fiscardo (Kefalonia) for the night, or cross the canal passing Lefkas Marina & stop at Scorpios island for a swim and enjoy the night at Nidri on the eastern coast or at Meganisi island.


Some pretty seaside villages with wonderful beaches, authentic mountain villages and virgin landscapes once one gets away from the more spoiled tourist areas.

Enjoy the calming silence, marvel the unspoilt nature and breathtaking views, and discover the hidden romantic ruins of monasteries and watermills.

Superb watersports-Vassiliki Bay is custom-made for windsurfing and sailing. Its mountains create gentle morning breezes for beginners, but by afternoon the thermals blow down to create serious crosswinds for pros.

Although Lefkas is essentially a family island, there are a few laid back bars and clubs for evening entertainment.


The only things to do in Meganisi are swim
in exotic waters and hike through dense greenery.
There are fantastic places to swim
with many beautiful beaches and caves to explore.


The island is dramatically beautiful, rugged,
relatively undeveloped, green and mountainous
with steep blue indented bays and charming
little harbours and villages

A wonderful haven with idyllic anchorage

The waterfront tavernas in Kioni and Frikes
are always a delight but the best places to eat in
Ithaca can be found in small, off the beaten track villages

Peaceful and tranquil night life

Anchor at the bay of Agonas
(Agia Kyriaki beach) & stay in
Assos or Fiscardo for the night.

“The largest Ionian island with a colour scheme of intense blues, golds and greens”



An island of forest clad mountains, hidden valleys and
castles perched on the high slopes of rolling vineyards

Plenty of historical monuments, sanctuaries, castles,
churches and monasteries to explore

Large beaches with turquoise waters and chalk white cliffs

The beautiful and chic Fiscardo with its picture postcard port is the place to wine and dine

Relish island dishes cooked with Greco-Italian passion and local ingredients, bursting with aroma and flavour


“The sea was sapphire coloured...”
Oscar Wilde

Huge variety of beach life

Explore life as it is lived away from the tourists
with ancient villages, Venetian architecture and
beautiful lands of olive and fruit trees

Rich, diversified gastronomy with multicultural
influences and exceptional flavours

The island hosts various breeding places for
the endangered sea turtle Caretta-Caretta

In the morning, leave Kefalonia & cruise towards the shipwreck beach in Zakynthos for a swim.

Anchor in Marathonisi for the night or in the main port of Zakynthos where there is a variety of bars & restaurants.



*A very particular heavy party place is the area of Laganas, Zakynthos