Sailing “The Ionian Dream”
Our event Sailing Holidays Ionian Islands, is an unforgettable experience with rare pictorial landscapes, heavenly blue waters and deep green forests.
The Southern Ionian Islands including Lefkas and Kefalonia enclose an ‘inland sea’ with more than twenty smaller islands dotted within the cruising area including Meganissi, Kastos, Kalamos and Ithaca. Sailing around these Greek Islands discover safe anchorages in picturesque bays surrounded by olive groves and cypress trees and explore a fantastic choice of pretty ports.
You will learn how to sail a yacht, or you can only lay in the sun, enjoying the breathtaking view, having a cold drink. It’s your choice!
When: 17.06 - 24.06.2017
24.06 - 01.07.2017
01.07 - 08.07.2017
08.07 - 15.07.2017 (choose your week in the booking form below)
Where: Lefkas – Meganissi – Vathi, Ithaca – Ag. Nicolaos – Sami – Fiskardo – Sivota
Marina: Lefkas Marina
Airport: Preveza International Airport
Sailing Holidays Ionian Islands - Available Sailboats - What's included
- 8 days accomodation
- A professional Skipper that will sail you to wonderful islands and amazing villages
- Fully insured yacht
- Dinghy and outboard engine
- Gas for the kitchen
- Safety equipment
- Sheets, blankets & towels
- GPS & nautical charts
- Final cleaning
- Stereo with speakers
- Tour planing and administration
- A fully featured yacht with everything you need for amazing sailing holidays
- Sun, sail, friends and unforgettable memories
Sailing Holidays Ionian Islands - Points of Interest
Lefkas – Famous all over the world for the exotic beaches, Lefkada island is a fabulous place to visit for summer vacations in Greece. A lush, green island with an amazing landscape, beautiful beaches and paradise-like turquoise waters. The island is surrounded by many stunning satellite islands which can be explored by yacht.
Vathi, Ithaca – The home of the legendary Greek hero Odysseus, Ithaca really is the jewel in the crown of the Ionian islands and a place where you can feel the ancient myths come alive. The capital of Ithaca is constructed around a large bay and has a lovely port promenade with fish taverns and cafeterias.
Fiskardo – Tiny, precious Fiskardo, on the North East coast of Kefalonia Island, was the only Kefalonian village left largely intact after the 1953 earthquake. Its fine Venetian buildings, framed by cypress-mantled hills, have an authentic picturesque appeal and it’s popular with sailors. The outstanding restaurants and chilled-out feel might entice you to stay longer than just a single night.
Sami – is the main ferry port on the E coast of the island and has a sheltered harbour protected by breakwaters with berths for around 30-35 visiting yachts. The west quay is where most yachts usually berth as it has the greatest number of space. From here it is possible to visit the Cave of Melissani, an underground lake fed by a subterranean stream which flows all the way across the island from Argostoli.
Sivota – Sivota is a gem. Located on the South East of Lefkada Island, this picturesque harbour has a range of tavernas and bars circling a long concrete quay. Difficult to spot from the sea, Sivota opens up into a well sheltered harbour. It’s best to visit mid-week when the pesky flotillas are congregating elsewhere.
Navagio Beach – if the weather will allow us, we will sail further south to Ag. Nikolaos for the night and take the trip to Navagio first thing in the morning, before all other commercial small boats.
- Flights, airport transfer, diesel and marina fees are not included.
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