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Zakythnos

The Ionian Islands Escape Corfu to Zakynthos

Departing from Corfu
Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 7 days

Experience the enchantment of the Ionian Islands, where each island is a treasure trove of natural beauty and cultural heritage. Join us on this unforgettable journey full of discovery!

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Sail into the Heart of the Ionian Sea!

Embark on a captivating journey through the Ionian Islands, where each island is a treasure trove of natural beauty and cultural heritage.

  • Dive your adventure in Corfu, known as the "Emerald Isle" for its lush greenery and stunning landscapes. Set sail for Paxos, a hidden gem of the Ionian Sea. Discover secluded coves, crystal-clear waters, and picturesque villages.
  • Continue your journey to Lefkada, often referred to as the "Caribbean of Greece" for its turquoise waters and white sandy beaches. Relax on beautiful beaches and explore natural wonders. 
  • Sail to Ithaca, the legendary home of Odysseus. 
  • Visit Kefalonia, the largest of the Ionian Islands. Discover stunning beaches, dramatic cliffs, and picturesque villages.
  • Continue your journey in Zakynthos, known for Shipwreck Beach and breathtaking views. Explore natural wonders and enjoy a vibrant nightlife.

Corfu Airport is the nearest point of arrival. You can quickly embark on your unforgettable sea adventure with a short transfer from the airport at the beginning of your journey. Join us on this unforgettable journey through the Ionian Islands.

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Corfu

Corfu, a captivating blend of Greek mythology, medieval charm, and modern allure, beckons travelers to uncover its timeless wonders. Steeped in legend, the island derives its name from the enchanting nymph Korkyra, who captivated the heart of Poseidon himself. 

Timeless Treasures

Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Corfu's past as you wander through the winding streets of its enchanting Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site. In addition to its charming Venetian architecture, discover the imposing New Fortress, offering panoramic views of the city and the sea, providing visitors with a glimpse into Corfu's strategic importance throughout history.

Natural Beauty

Beyond its breathtaking beaches, Corfu boasts stunning natural landscapes waiting to be explored. Ascend Mount Pantokrator, the island's highest peak, and embark on hiking trails offering unparalleled views of the surrounding countryside and coastline, providing a serene escape into nature's embrace.

Cultural Delights

Delve into Corfu's vibrant cultural scene with a visit to the Corfu Summer Festival, featuring a diverse array of performances ranging from theater and opera to music and dance. Experience the island's rich musical heritage during Easter celebrations, where elaborate processions and music-filled festivities offer insight into Corfu's unique traditions.

Beach Paradise

Corfu's coastline is adorned with some of the most stunning beaches in Greece, each offering its unique charm. From the azure waters of Paleokastritsa to the iconic Canal D`amour in Sidari, discover picturesque shores surrounded by lush hills and limestone cliffs. Whether you're relaxing on the golden sands of Issos or exploring the hidden coves of Acharavi, Glyfada, and Agios Gordios, Corfu's beaches promise an unforgettable seaside escape.

Greek Gastronomy

Indulge in mouthwatering Greek cuisine at traditional tavernas scattered across the island, where you can savor fresh seafood, local specialties, and delectable desserts. Let the flavors of Corfu tantalize your taste buds as you soak up the laid-back vibe of island life.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for days
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Corfu Old Town
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The Old Town of Corfu, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a maze of narrow streets, historic buildings, and Venetian fortresses. Visitors can explore landmarks such as the Old Fortress, New Fortress, and the Liston promenade, lined with elegant cafes and restaurants. The Old Town is also home to numerous museums, churches, and shops selling local handicrafts.

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Paleokastritsa
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Palaiokastritsa is a picturesque coastal village surrounded by lush green hills and crystal-clear waters. It is famous for its beautiful beaches, including Agios Spyridon and La Grotta, as well as the historic monastery perched on a hilltop overlooking the sea. Visitors can enjoy swimming, snorkeling, and boat trips to explore the nearby caves and secluded coves.

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Achilleion Palace
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Built by Empress Elisabeth of Austria (Sisi) in the late 19th century, Achilleion Palace is a grand neoclassical mansion located just south of Corfu Town. The palace is adorned with beautiful gardens, statues, and frescoes depicting scenes from Greek mythology. Visitors can explore the opulent interiors, including the Empress's living quarters and the grand staircase, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding landscape from the palace grounds.

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Kanoni and Mouse Island
4.9

Kanoni is a scenic area located just south of Corfu Town, known for its stunning views of Mouse Island (Pontikonisi) and the Vlacherna Monastery. Visitors can enjoy panoramic vistas from the hilltop, take boat trips to explore Mouse Island and its picturesque chapel, and relax in the tranquil surroundings.

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Etrusco
4.9

Nestled in a picturesque courtyard in Corfu Town, Etrusco is a renowned Italian restaurant known for its authentic cuisine and romantic ambiance. The menu features a variety of pasta dishes, risottos, and wood-fired pizzas, as well as seafood and meat entrees, all prepared with care and attention to detail.

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Venetian Well Restaurant
4.9

Nestled in the heart of Corfu Town's enchanting alleyways, Venetian Well stands as a distinguished dining destination, offering an exquisite culinary journey. Indulge in a menu showcasing elite flavors, featuring fine dining dishes crafted around high-end pasta, seafood, fish, and premium meat cuts, alongside mouthwatering salad bowls. Vegetarian options and specially curated mignardise platters cater to diverse palates, ensuring a memorable experience.

Complement your chosen meal with a selection from the extensive array of local and international wines, ranging from timeless classics to exclusive 1996 Dom Perignon champagne bottles. Housed within a beautifully decorated building boasting vintage interiors and charming exterior spaces, Venetian Well provides an intimate ambiance, ideal for hosting upscale events.

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Sailor's Pub & Restaurant
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Brew Pub
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Salto Wine Bar & Bistro
4.9

Located in Corfu Town, Salto Wine Bar & Bistro offers a sophisticated dining experience with a focus on Mediterranean cuisine and an extensive wine list featuring local and international selections. The elegant ambiance, attentive service, and delicious food make it a favorite among locals and visitors alike.

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Trilogia Restaurant
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Situated in the picturesque setting of Kassiopi, Trilogia Restaurant beckons diners to indulge in a refined culinary journey. Specializing in Greek and Mediterranean cuisines, this establishment promises a fine dining experience like no other. Led by a master chef boasting over two decades of expertise, Trilogia crafts exquisite dishes using locally sourced ingredients. Guests can delight in a wide array of hot and cold appetizers, each meticulously prepared to tantalize the taste buds.

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Notes to sailors
  • Agni Bay is a popular anchorage on the NE tip of Corfu. The S part of the bay has several tavernas with long jetties to anchor a yacht. The depths at the pier ends are 2.5 meters. Yachts usually anchor off in depths of 8 – 10 meters. The holding is good in sand, mud, and weed. The shelter is good from NW winds, but it is open E and S and can be difficult in strong winds.

  • Berthing options on Corfu include the capital, Corfu Town, small harbors of Kassiopi, Petriti, and Palaiokastritsa, and attractive anchorages like Agni, Kalami, Kouloura, Ayios Stefanos, and Ayios Yeoryios.


  • Kalami Bay is a spacious anchorage on the NE tip of Corfu. You can anchor 50 meters off the beach in 5.0 - 8.0 meter depths. It's advisable to take a line ashore to the rocks in the NW corner for better holding.


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Paxos

Paxos is a beautiful island in the Ionian Sea, situated south of Corfu island. Thanks to its proximity to Corfu and the coasts of the Greek mainland, it makes a perfect island-hopping base!

Turquoise Waters & Secluded Coves

Indulge in the ultimate beach getaway as you discover Paxos's secluded coves and pristine beaches. From the iconic Voutoumi Beach with its turquoise waters and soft white sands to the hidden gem of Monodendri Beach nestled beneath dramatic cliffs, each shore beckons with its unique allure. Dive into the crystalline waters, soak up the Mediterranean sun, or simply unwind in the serenity of Paxos’s untouched coastline.

Picturesque Villages & Authentic Charm

Explore the quaint villages that dot the island's landscape and immerse yourself in Paxos's authentic charm. Wander through the narrow cobblestone streets of Gaios, the island's charming capital, and discover traditional tavernas serving mouthwatering local cuisine. Don't miss the chance to explore the idyllic village of Loggos, known for its laid-back atmosphere and picturesque harbor lined with colorful fishing boats.

Natural Wonders & Outdoor Adventures

Embark on an adventure through Paxos's lush green hills and rugged coastline, where hidden caves and ancient olive groves await exploration. Hike along scenic trails that offer panoramic views of the Ionian Sea, or embark on a boat tour to discover the island's hidden treasures, from the famous Blue Caves to the stunning rock formations of Tripitos Arch.

Cultural Heritage & Timeless Beauty

Delve into Paxos's rich history and cultural heritage as you visit ancient ruins, Byzantine churches, and Venetian fortresses scattered throughout the island. Explore the remains of the Venetian Castle of Agios Nikolaos, stroll through the olive groves of the abandoned village of Ozias, or discover the ancient olive press at the Paxos Museum.

Experience the magic of Paxos and create memories to last a lifetime as you uncover the hidden treasures of this enchanting island paradise. Whether you're seeking relaxation, adventure, or cultural discovery, Paxos offers something for every traveler to enjoy.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for days
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Blue Caves
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The Blue Caves are a series of sea caves located along the island's rugged coastline, known for their mesmerizing blue hues created by the reflection of sunlight on the water. Visitors can explore the caves by boat, taking in the stunning rock formations and vibrant colors. Snorkeling and swimming in the clear waters around the caves are also popular activities.

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Antipaxos Beaches
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Antipaxos is a small island located just south of Paxos, known for its pristine beaches and turquoise waters. Voutoumi and Vrika beaches are among the most famous, offering soft white sand and shallow waters ideal for swimming and sunbathing. 

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Loggos Village
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Loggos is a picturesque fishing village nestled along the northeast coast of Paxos, known for its charming harbor, traditional tavernas, and relaxed atmosphere. Visitors can stroll along the waterfront promenade, admire the colorful fishing boats, and dine at one of the waterfront tavernas serving fresh seafood and local delicacies. The village also offers stunning sunset views over the Ionian Sea.

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Erimitis Restaurant
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Situated on the west coast of Paxos, Erimitis Bar & Restaurant offers breathtaking sunset views and creative Mediterranean cuisine. The menu features innovative dishes made with locally sourced ingredients, as well as a selection of cocktails and fine wines.

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La Vista
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Nestled in a serene setting just a stone's throw from the sea, La Vista restaurant offers a tranquil dining experience. Specializing in seafood, the menu features fresh fish and mussels, perennial favorites among diners. With a regularly changing menu, guests are encouraged to inquire with the staff for new offerings and additions to the daily specials. La Vista also offers a selection of excellent draft beers and soft drinks, ideal for complementing your meal perfectly.

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Taka Taka
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Located in Gaios, Taka Taka is a popular taverna known for its relaxed atmosphere and mouthwatering Greek dishes. Visitors can enjoy traditional favorites like moussaka, souvlaki, and fresh seafood, all prepared with locally sourced ingredients.

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Carnayo
4.9

Carnayo offers a welcoming retreat, perfect for unwinding and hospitality. Set within a quaint traditional building adorned with stone and wooden accents, the restaurant is enveloped by a delightful garden brimming with flowers and olive trees. The menu showcases an array of local delicacies from Corfu and Paxos, meticulously crafted using top-quality ingredients. Explore a rich selection of Greek wines in Carnayo's cellar, where the knowledgeable staff is readily available to offer recommendations and guidance on wine pairings.

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Notes to sailors
  • Two reefs on the east side of Paxos pose a potential danger to yachts: Ifalos Paxoi (0.5 mi east of Longos) and Ifalos Panayias (2 mi east of Gaios). West of Paxos' northern tip is Vk Marmaro islet with extensive reefs running NW. Caution is advised while navigating in these areas.

  • Mongonisi is a natural inlet at the extreme S end of Paxos, immediately NW of the tiny islet of Kaltsonisi. The inlet here offers excellent shelter in all but NE winds.


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Lefkada

Lefkada is a special Greek island because you can get there by car, thanks to a bridge from the mainland. It's known for amazing blue waters, white beaches, and green nature.

Amazing Beaches Some of the best beaches are Porto Katsiki and Egremni. They have bright blue water and are perfect for relaxing and swimming.

Nature and Hiking The island isn't just beaches. It has green mountains and waterfalls, like those in Nydri. These places are great for walking and seeing the island's beauty.

Cute Towns Places like Lefkada Town and Vasiliki have narrow streets and pretty houses. They're good for walking around and seeing local life.

Fun in the Water Lefkada is also famous for water sports, especially windsurfing. The wind here is just right for it, making it a fun place for adventures on the water.

Tasty Food The food in Lefkada is delicious. You can try seafood and Greek dishes that taste wonderful.

Lefkada: An Island for Everyone Lefkada offers beauty, fun activities, and tasty food. It's a great place for a holiday, whether you want to relax or have adventures.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for days
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Egremni Beach
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Egremni Beach is another stunning beach on Lefkada known for its turquoise waters and pristine sandy shoreline. Accessible via a long staircase carved into the cliffside, Egremni offers a more secluded and peaceful atmosphere compared to Porto Katsiki. Visitors can unwind on the beach, swim in the crystal-clear waters, and soak up the sun while enjoying panoramic views of the Ionian Sea.

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Agia Mavra Fortress
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Located near Lefkada Town, Agia Mavra Fortress is a historic Venetian castle dating back to the 14th century. The fortress played a crucial role in defending the island against various invaders throughout its history, including the Ottoman Empire and the Venetian Republic. Visitors can explore the well-preserved walls, towers, and battlements of the fortress, as well as the interior courtyard and underground chambers. The castle offers panoramic views of the surrounding landscape and is a popular spot for photography and sightseeing. Additionally, Agia Mavra Fortress hosts cultural events and festivals during the summer months, adding to its allure as a must-visit attraction in Lefkada.

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Porto Katsiki Beach
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Porto Katsiki is one of the most famous and breathtaking beaches in Greece, renowned for its crystal-clear turquoise waters, golden sand, and dramatic cliffs. Accessible via a steep staircase or by boat, Porto Katsiki offers stunning views and excellent swimming and sunbathing opportunities.

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Nydri Waterfalls
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Located near the village of Nydri, the Nydri Waterfalls are a hidden gem tucked away in a lush green landscape. Visitors can enjoy a scenic hike through the forest to reach the waterfalls, where they can swim in the refreshing pools beneath the cascading waters and relax in the natural surroundings.

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Rachi
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Perched on a hillside overlooking the Ionian Sea, Rachi is a picturesque taverna known for its stunning panoramic views and mouthwatering cuisine. The menu features a variety of traditional Greek dishes, including grilled meats, seafood specialties, and homemade mezes, all made with locally sourced ingredients. Guests can dine al fresco on the terrace and enjoy the sunset while savoring the flavors of Lefkada.

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The Barrel
4.9

Situated along the bustling waterfront of Nidri, The Barrel stands as a family-run restaurant dedicated to culinary diversity. Renowned for its delectable array of traditional and international dishes, The Barrel sets itself apart with its prompt service and authentic flavors. Boasting an extensive selection of wines sourced from the island and across Greece, The Barrel has earned acclaim from esteemed tourist guides, including the British Rough Guide and the Lonely Planet guide.

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Amente
4.9

Perched atop a hill in the northwest of Lefkada, Amente beckons as an upscale restaurant and cocktail bar, promising a delightful evening experience. Step into the exquisite restaurant, where the chef skillfully blends local Lefkadian ingredients with various Greek products, crafting a menu replete with flavorful delights. From crisp salads to delectable appetizers, vegetarian options to freshly-caught seafood and prime cuts of meat, there's something to please every palate. Diners have the option to enjoy their meal by the restaurant's pool or on a semi-private open terrace, with a selection of high-end wines available to enhance the culinary experience, ranging from local favorites to international varieties. Moreover, the four-tiered bar area overlooking the azure Ionian Sea provides the perfect setting to unwind and savor your favorite libation in ultimate relaxation.

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Ithaca

Ithaca, the fabled homeland of the legendary Odysseus, is a picturesque island steeped in myth and history. Its rugged east coast contrasts sharply with the verdant and gentle west coast that slopes down to the Ionian Sea. The island's interior is a mountainous landscape, adorned with pine forests, cypresses, olive trees, and vineyards. Enchanting coves are scattered across this idyllic landscape, making Ithaca a true paradise on earth.

A Tranquil Haven for Relaxation  Ithaca is a serene and beautiful retreat, perfect for unwinding, peaceful strolls, and tranquil swims in emerald waters. It boasts small, secluded coves bordered by pine and olive trees, offering a sense of tranquility and serenity.

A Timeless Escape Time seems to slow down on Ithaca, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the island's natural beauty and captivating atmosphere.

A Rich Cultural Tapestry  The island's culture is a rich tapestry, influenced by the Italians, like the rest of the Ionian islands.

A Magical Landscape  Ithaca is a magical island with breathtaking landscapes, charming villages, small caves, and picturesque ports.

Join us on this unforgettable journey to discover the legendary island of Ithaca, where history, myth, and natural beauty converge to create an unforgettable experience.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for days
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Filiatro Beach
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Filiatro is a stunning pebble beach located near the village of Frikes on the northern coast of Ithaca. Surrounded by lush greenery and olive groves, Filiatro offers crystal-clear turquoise waters perfect for swimming and snorkeling. Visitors can relax on the beach and soak up the sun, rent sunbeds and umbrellas, and enjoy refreshments at the beachside taverna. Filiatro Beach is also family-friendly, with shallow waters ideal for children.

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Vathy Town
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Vathy is the main port and capital of Ithaca, renowned for its charming waterfront promenade, colorful buildings, and bustling atmosphere. Visitors can stroll along the narrow streets lined with cafes, tavernas, and shops, explore the historic churches and museums, and admire the traditional architecture. Vathy also serves as a convenient base for exploring the rest of the island.

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Gidaki Beach
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Gidaki is a secluded paradise accessible only by boat or via a scenic hiking trail from the village of Stavros. Nestled in a pristine cove on the western coast of Ithaca, Gidaki Beach offers powdery white sand and azure waters surrounded by dramatic cliffs and lush vegetation. Visitors can enjoy peace and tranquility, swim in the clear waters, and explore the rocky shoreline. There are no facilities at Gidaki Beach, so visitors should bring their own supplies.

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Odysseus's Palace (School of Homer)
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According to legend, Ithaca was the homeland of Odysseus, the legendary Greek hero of Homer's epic poem, the Odyssey. The ruins of Odysseus's Palace, also known as the School of Homer, are believed to be located near the village of Stavros. Visitors can explore the archaeological site, which features remains of ancient walls and structures, and learn about the island's rich history and mythology.

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Lizzy's Restaurant
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Nestled in the charming village of Kioni, Lizzy's Restaurant - Bar offers a picturesque setting with breathtaking views of the bay. With three levels of outdoor dining areas and a bar on the top level, Lizzy's provides the perfect ambiance to admire the beauty of the Ionian night sky.
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Dona Lefki
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Dona Lefki is nestled in a stunning location, offering captivating views of the crystal blue waters of the Ionian Sea and the majestic sunset descending over the bay. Indulge in delectable dishes inspired by traditional Greek cuisine, expertly crafted to tantalize your taste buds.

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Cephalonia

Cephalonia is a big, beautiful island in the Ionian Sea. It's known for amazing beaches, clear water, and friendly towns. It's perfect for anyone who loves nature and exploring.

Gorgeous Beaches  One of the best beaches is Myrtos Beach, with white stones and bright blue water. Antisamos Beach is great for snorkeling because the water is full of fish and sea life.

Mountains and Caves The island has green mountains and cool caves. Melissani Cave has an underground lake that the sun lights up from above. Drogarati Cave is big and has lots of rock formations.

Cute Towns and History Fiscardo and Assos are small towns with colorful houses and nice places to eat by the water. The island also has old ruins and castles to learn about its history.

Tasty Food Cephalonia has delicious food, like fresh seafood and local cheese. Don't forget to try Robola, a wine made on the island.

Cephalonia: Fun for Everyone Cephalonia is a place where you can relax on the beach, explore nature, and try new foods. It's a great spot for a holiday that you'll always remember.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for days
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Melissani Cave
4.9

Melissani Cave, located near the village of Karavomilos, is a stunning natural wonder renowned for its underground lake and ethereal blue waters. Visitors can take a boat tour through the cave's cavernous chambers, where sunlight filters through the ceiling, illuminating the turquoise waters below. The cave is steeped in mythology, with local legends associating it with the nymph Melissani, hence its name.

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Myrtos Beach
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Myrtos Beach is one of the most iconic and photographed beaches in Greece, known for its dramatic cliffs, white pebble shoreline, and crystal-clear turquoise waters. Nestled between the mountains of Agia Dynati and Kalon Oros, Myrtos offers breathtaking panoramic views and excellent swimming and sunbathing opportunities. It has been consistently ranked among the world's best beaches for its natural beauty.

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Assos Village and Castle
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Assos is a picturesque village located on a narrow isthmus on the northwest coast of Kefalonia, surrounded by lush greenery and turquoise waters. The village is dominated by the ruins of a Venetian castle perched on a hilltop, offering panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. Visitors can explore the quaint streets of Assos, admire the traditional architecture, and relax in waterfront tavernas serving fresh seafood and local delicacies.

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Tassia Restaurant
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Tassia Restaurant is a family-run taverna located in the charming fishing village of Fiskardo. Known for its warm hospitality and authentic Greek flavors, Tassia offers a menu of traditional dishes made with locally sourced ingredients, including fresh seafood, grilled meats, and homemade mezes. Diners can enjoy their meal in the cozy dining room or al fresco on the terrace overlooking the harbor.

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Lorraines Magic Hill
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Lorraine's Magic Hill is a charming family-owned restaurant specializing in traditional Greek and local cuisine. Situated atop the hill overlooking Lourdas Beach, the restaurant boasts breathtaking views of the sea and the island of Zakynthos.Lorraine frequently hosts Greek nights complete with traditional dancing and live music, adding to the restaurant's lively atmosphere.

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Avli Restaurant
4.9

Situated in the heart of Argostoli, Avli Restaurant is a popular dining destination known for its creative cuisine and elegant ambiance. The menu features a mix of Mediterranean and Greek dishes with a modern twist, showcasing fresh ingredients and innovative flavors. Guests can choose from a variety of seafood specialties, pasta dishes, and grilled meats, all served in a stylish and inviting setting.

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Zakythnos

Zakynthos, also called Zante, is a gorgeous island in Greece known for its stunning beaches and clear blue sea. It's a great place for both relaxing and finding adventure.

Amazing Beaches and Caves

Navagio Beach, with its famous shipwreck and high cliffs, is a must-see. The Blue Caves are also incredible, with water that shines bright blue. You can take a boat to see them and even swim inside.

Nature and Turtles

The island has more than just beaches. It's green with forests and hills perfect for walking. Zakynthos is also special because it's a home for rare sea turtles, especially at Laganas Bay

Towns and Food The main town, Zakynthos Town, has pretty buildings and places to visit. All over the island, you can enjoy tasty Greek food like seafood, moussaka, and souvlaki.

Zakynthos: Fun for Everyone Zakynthos is perfect for anyone looking for a holiday with beautiful views, interesting nature, and delicious food. It's a place where you can make great memories.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for days
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Blue Caves
4.9

The Blue Caves are a series of sea caves located along the northern coast of Zakynthos near Cape Skinari. Carved by the relentless force of the sea, these caves feature striking blue waters that reflect the sunlight, creating a mesmerizing play of colors. Visitors can explore the caves by boat, marveling at the dazzling azure hues and the intricate rock formations. The Blue Caves are a must-see attraction for nature lovers and photographers alike.

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Navagio Beach (Shipwreck Beach)
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Navagio Beach, also known as Shipwreck Beach, is one of the most iconic and photographed beaches in Greece. Accessible only by boat, Navagio is famous for its pristine white sand, turquoise waters, and the rusting wreck of a smuggler's ship that ran aground on the shore in the 1980s. Visitors can admire the breathtaking scenery, swim in the crystal-clear waters, and take memorable photographs of this stunning beach.

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Zakynthos Town and Venetian Castle
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 Zakynthos Town, the capital of the island, is a charming blend of Venetian and neoclassical architecture. Visitors can wander through the narrow streets of the old town, admire historic buildings such as the Church of St. Dionysios and the Solomos Square, and explore the Venetian Castle perched on a hill overlooking the town. The castle offers panoramic views of Zakynthos Town and the surrounding landscape, making it a popular spot for sightseeing and photography.

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Prosilio
4.9

Prosilio restaurant is conveniently located in the heart of Zakynthos town, adjacent to Solomos Square. Whether you choose to dine in its charming garden or elegant interior with an open kitchen, the restaurant's skilled team ensures an unforgettable experience for its patrons. Local, organic ingredients are harmoniously paired with the finest culinary elements to craft distinctive and delicious dishes. Complementing the gastronomic journey is a curated wine list and delightful cocktails, adding to the overall memorable dining pleasure.

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Zakanthi Restaurant & Bar
4.9

Zakanthi presents itself as a picturesque garden restaurant, offering innovative Greek cuisine dishes. Inside, the ambiance is cozy, fostering a relaxing atmosphere. The enchanting setting, adorned with candles and elegant accents, exudes a unique warmth that captivates guests. Additionally, diners have the option to savor their meal in Zakanthi's verdant garden, where they can delight in their culinary experience while gazing at the starry sky above.

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