Lefkada Island is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Greece, attracting thousands of tourists from all over the world every year. Mild and Wild, Lefkada combines unique beauty of white beaches, blue-green sea water, steep slopes and lush vegetation growing from the hills and reaching down to the sea. Approximately 55 beaches offer so much diversity, enough to cover all the tastes.
“55 beaches invite you to enjoythe sun and the sea of Lefkada”
Lefkada is an Ionian island, one out of the seven existing in the complex of Eptanisa (seven islands). Lefkada is connected to the mainland by a 50m, mobile ferry bridge. Lefkada has an area of 3025m2 and 23.000 inhabitants. The capital of Lefkada island is the town of Lefkada. The prefect of Lefkada also administers the islands of Meganissi, Kalamos, Kastos, Scorpios, Madouri, Sparti, Thilia, Kithro and other smaller islands.
At the entrance of Lefkada you come across the Venetian Castle of Santa Maura which inspires stories from another era. The history is everywhere in Lefkada and goes deep throughout the centuries. The people you will meet are hardworking, honest and hospitable. The scenery is breathtaking.
The whole nature will amaze you…
Porto Katsiki, Kathisma, Pefkoulia, St. Nikitas, Agiofilli, Eggremnoi are only a few of the most popular and world famous beaches of Lefkada. Walking through the wonderful “Canyon of Melissa” or the enchanting “Oak Tree forest at mountain Skaros” are unique experiences, whilst watching the sunset at Ai- Giannis or Miloi, will be engraved in your memory forever.