7 days Ionian islands route Corfu-Corfu

This is the ideal route to sail in Greece with luxury Ionian charter.

  • Day 1 - Corfu – Paxos ( NM)

    Corfu is the second largest of the Ionian Islands. It is among the most beautiful and popular islands of the country. It is an island with a long history, and has been notable in Greek culture and tradition for over 3000 years. Corfu Island is a combination of cosmopolitan traditional. Apart from the wonderful beaches, the highlight of the island is Corfu Town, which has been designated a UNESCO heritage site. The city offers numerous attractions, museums and monuments that need days to explore and admire.

    There is plenty to see on Corfu, one of the greenest of the Greek islands, which also boasts with wonderful beaches.

  • Day 2 - Paxos – Lefkada ( NM)

    The Island of Paxos is located 14 kilometres south of Corfu. It covers an area of some 19 square kilometres and is one of a cluster of picturesque small islands set in the Ionian Sea. Paxos has no airport, can only be reached by ferry boat and therefore, has been able to protect itself from the strain of modern tourism. The capital of Paxos is Gaios, a picturesque village built around a port which is protected by two small islands, Agios Nikolas and Panagia. This island is truly beautiful, with scenery that makes it an artists' paradise. Its clear blue sea and pebble beaches have to be seen to be believed. The island’s west coast is dominated by dramatic limestone cliffs and sea caves, and the east consists of gentler hills and sparkling bays. There are around 30 beaches, some accessible by car or on foot, and others only by boat.

  • Day 3 - Lefkada – Kefalonia ( NM)

    Lefkada is a mountainous island, covered with dense vegetation to the east and south. It has been named the Caribbean of Greece because of the exotic blue colour of its beaches.  Its eastern coast slopes gently down to the sea, while the west coast is steep, with a few spectacular stretches of endless golden beach. The capital of the island, also called Lefkada, is a peaceful, picturesque town built on a natural harbor. It is composed of distinctive, multicolored wooden houses. This is the perfect place for families, couples and large groups of friends, as it has something for everyone. Around the island, visitors can find lovely villages with fish taverns by the sea and surrounded by lush greenery. Ionian Islands yacht charter offers a great opportunity to explore the Island of Lefkada.

  • Day 4 - Kefalonia – Ithaca ( NM)

    Kefalonia is largest island in the Ionian Sea. It has been inhabited since ancient times, when it was part of Odysseus' kingdom. Well preserved remains have been saved in various parts of this lush island, whose breathtaking beaches and crystal clear waters of greenish-blue colours will leave you speechless. Although it has developed over the last years as a family destination, Kefalonia's beaches never get crowded due to the large size of the island. Apart from swimming, Kefalonia also has many places to see, from picturesque villages to medieval castles and beautiful monasteries. Fiscardo is the most cosmopolitan place with a port that receives many yachts every summer. Other nice villages to visit during your Kefalonia holidays are Argostoli, Sami and Assos.

  • Day 5 - Ithaca – Preveza ( NM)

    Ithaca was the home of Odysseus, Homer's hero that wandered for years before he finally reached his long-lost kingdom and returned to his wife Penelope. It is a small mountainous island, relatively unspoiled by massive tourism. The west coast of the island is steep and desolate in contrast to the green, gentle shoreline on the east. The capital and main harbor is Vathi. It's a charming town, with some old mansions, nice cafes and restaurants, and three museums: the archaeological, the nautical and the folklore museum.

  • Day 6 - Preveza – Sivota (Lefkada) ( NM)

    Preveza is an enchanting lonian city in the region of Epirus, northwestern Greece, located at the mouth of the Ambracian Gulf. The narrow alleys, neoclassical houses and remnants of the Turkish and Venetian presence in Preveza give the feeling that time has been put on hold. Cobblestone paths align the exquisite streets and alleys filled with traditional taverns, creating a peaceful yet lively atmosphere. Preveza is fortunate to be surrounded by two very different seas. To the west the lonian is open and to the east the Amvrakikos is closed. Winds in the summer are steady and moderate in both seas, making Preveza an ideal spot for sailing. During summer months, the port of Preveza is full of boats and yachts, while cafes are filled with people.

  • Day 7 - Sivota (Lefkada) – Corfu ( NM)

    Sivota is one of the most beautiful bays in Lefkada. The lovely port of the village provides a safe shelter for private yachts, and the main beach is also quite close. Sivota is probably the most popular tourist resort in Lefkada, and a preferred destination for the yacht owners. It is fairly quiet during the day and much more lively at night. Sivota hosts some gorgeous beaches with amazing waters and white sand. Most of them though are accessed by boat. Along the small port of Sivota you will find some nice fish taverns and restaurants. Ionian Islands yacht charter offers a great opportunity to explore Lefkada.