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The temperate climate: the deep and cool sea waters; the mountains; the lush vegetation; the cultural heritage; and the cheerfulness of the inhabitants, make the Ionian Islands the ideal place for a holiday as well as rest and relaxation.

What is more, the traits of the Ionian Islands are perfectly combined with a flawless tourism infrastructure, excellent hotel accommodations, restaurants, diving centers, sea sports, cultural events, and a multitude of sights, historic monuments and museums worth visiting.

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This small and not well known island of the Corinthian Gulf is a window to nature's endless tranquility. Crystal clear waters and a touristic development which holds on to all traditions an customs. Trizonia indeed hold a unique place among the Peloponnesian islands and villages. It is situated very close
to another three small islands of unequaled beauty. Agios Ioannis, Planemi and Prasoudi. This place is ideal for calm walks, as no cars
or motor bikes are allowed on the island.

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Kefalonia Greece is one of the the most popular destinations of the Ionian islands and the biggest island of the group. It is consid- ered to have some of the most spectacular landscapes in the world. Villages with Old mansions and humble farms, green rocks coming out of deep blue waters and Roman, Venetian, Byzantine ruins complete the picture of the island of contrasts. The beauti- ful beaches of Myrtos and Fiskardo are famous worldwide for their incredible blue waters. And they are only two from a large number of amazing beaches! As far as history goes, in Kefalonia you will find many muse- ums to visit, such as the Archeological Museum, the Nautical Museum and the Folk art museum. Don't forget to visit the National Park, at the top of Mountain Aimos the highest mountain on the island to enjoy
the breathtaking view!

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Despite its small size, this island is laced with a variety of beaches, small villagers and landscapes. The town of Lefkada is pictur- esque, with Italian style architecture and a lively street life. The beaches of Kathisma and Porto Katsiki feature among the best and
most beautiful beaches in the world! The scenery at Porto Katsiki is spectacular! The beach is carved out of the soft limestone mountain, and it is framed by huge vertical cliffs that seem to hang ominously above the fragile white beach and the turquoise water. Alongside its natural riches, the culture and monuments of its rural areas combine to
create the islands unique character.

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Meganissi is a spectacular tiny island very close to Lefkada. It is very green, with crystal clear waters, simple, ideal for romance, honeymooners or for those who wish to get away from it all. The hospitable people, the peaceful way of living, the interchange of the scenery, makes it an ideal place for relaxed vacation. Several tracks lead over the hills of the island and down though the olive grove terracing to secluded bays. The most popular of them is Ambelakia which attracts yacht flotillas. There are interesting and beautiful caves, Papanikolis is one of them, named
after submarine sheltered during World War

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Ithaki has been known for centuries as the home of Odysseus. The capital of the island is Ithaki, or Vathi, which holds one of the world's largest natural harbours. In Vanthi, you can view quaint red-roofed houses that
set among beautiful scenery at the end of the deep closed Molos bay. The Cave of Nymph- sis located just slightly northwest of Vathi. This is where, according to myth, Odysseus hid gifts that were bestowed upon him by the Phaeacians, who helped him return to lithaki ten years after the Trojan War had ended. The Monastery of the Archangels is also very well worth a visit , located at Perahori. For a look at villages that have been virtually unspoiled, Kioni and Frikes are wonderful stopping
places, lithaki is also filled with many won- derful beaches for you to swim or simply relax and gaze into the clear and beautiful


Zakynthos or Zante is the sunniest island in the Mediterranena , it is the birth place of Greece's national poet, Dionysios Solomos and of the poet Andreas Calvos. The island is full of life, full of things to see. Like all of the Ionian islands. Zakynthos is indamous for the crystal clear blue waters and the sandy beaches. But, two of the most spectacular places to visit on this island are the under- wear caves and the shipwreck beach, whose picture has travelled all around the world!
The beaches of Zakynthos are hosting the last and most important connect ration of Loggerhead "Caretta caretta" nesting sites in the Mediterranena, which every year, begin- ning from June through the end of August, come ashore at night to lay their eggs. In the sand and then afterwards cover the nest, until 55 days later, when the eggs start to hatch and the baby turtles try to find their
way back to the sea.


Epidavros was one of the most important cities in Ancient Greece. It was situated exactly at the same spot where today lies the village of Old Epidavros. A small ishing village with a quite beach and many tavernas. From there, you can take a tour to the Ancient theatre of Epidavros. If you are lucky and a play is on, you will have the opportu- nity to enjoy the theatre's famous acoustic,
which is considered to be the best worldwide!


Since ancient times, Piraeus has been a port of great commercial and historical impor- tance. When Themistocles saw its potentials and built the Great Walls around the port, the city became more powerful than ever. In medieval times, Piraeus was known as Porto Leone, a name due to the enormous stone
lion, which guarded the port's entrance. The life in Piraeus was always bonded with the sea. Today, besides the main port, visitors
can enjoy walking along the two smaller harbours of Marina Zea and Mikrolimano, which are full of small restaurants and pictur- esque cafes. A stroll among the beautiful old
houses of Kastella is also worth taking

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