The sailing route starts from Lefkas island!
Your holidays have already started so don't be in a hurry!
Stay on our private pontoon for the first night and prepare yourself for the trip!
You can enjoy your dinner on board or at the local restaurants.
Sail to Meganisi island in the morning and enjoy the beauty of the green scenery. Stop at Scorpios island in Jacqueline Kennedy's beach for a quick swim.
Go on anchor in Atherinos bay in Meganisi and enjoy the sea and beautiful scenery.
This day you sail towards Kalamos island. Don’t miss a swim at the beautiful beaches of Asprogialli and then head to Kalamos port to spend the night.
Departing from Kalamos to Kastos you can stop to swim to Pisina Bay in the morning and spend the day on the beach.
For the night you can head to Kastos main port where you can anchor just outside and take the dinghy to visit the little port.
Sailing with direction to Atokos island, don't miss the opportunity to visit the famous pig bay.
If the weather is favourable you can stay on anchor in and spend the night in a beautiful bay of Atokos island.
Heading to the north part of Ithaca you can stop for a swim in Afales bay and enjoy the beautiful turquoise waters and white pebbles.
Head to the traditional fishing village Kioni and spend the night in this charming place.
Departing from Kioni to Vathy in the morning, there are some stops you may consider for swimming. Gidaki Bay, with the turquoise blue waters and the natural landscape with the wild, lush vegetation, impress every visitor.
Around 4 pm, the wind picks up near the entrance of Vathy port. Watch out for gusts. Stop in the harbour bay south or west of the pier, or anchor free-standing. The ground is excellent. After sunrise, you will have a truly magical view of the town on the hillside. The strong falling gusts from 5-8 pm completely subside at night. Vathy is a magnificent town with cosy taverns and bars.
Departing from Vathy in the morning, there are some stops you may consider for swimming. Filiatro or Sarakiniko are famous to sailing yachts.
Agia Efimia is a is a seaside village famous for its historical charm, hiking and sailing adventures, serene beaches, spa services, and plenty of irresistible activities
Heading to the north of Kefalonia you can stop to Foki bay and enjoy the day swimming.
Spend the night at Fiskardo, the most small port for yachts in the Ionian. What makes Fiskardo special is that this place retains the original Venetian architecture and you can find plenty of shops, taverns and bars around this place.
Heading to the south part of Lefkada you can stop to Agiofili bay and enjoy a full day of swimming in the crystal clear waters of this beach.
Spend the night at Vasiliki. This small town is a very popular stop for windsurfers and other watersports so make sure you have a go!
Heading to the Sivota bay, you can stop to Amoussa beach and enjoy your swimming.
Spend the night at Sivota bay. Sivota bay located among the verdant hills and lush green forests, is among the most visited bays on the southern coast of Lefkada. This beautiful bay in Lefkas overlooks the Ionian Sea.
Sail to Palairos in the mainland in the morning and enjoy the beauty of the green scenery while sailing between Lefkada & Meganisi. Stop at Papanikolis caves for a quick swim.
This ancient Greek city has several ruins dating back to as far as 2000 BC which are tucked away in the mountains. There's also lots of watersports on offer along the beaches
Before sailing to Meganisi, we suggest to visit Vathiavali beach on the mainland to enjoy the turquoise waters for a lot of swimming.
Vathi port has an array of shops, taverns, cafés & bars making this village truly picturesque.
Sail to return to the marina, but don’t forget to stop for swimming a beach on Meganisi. Continue sailing at the clear blue waters of Lefkada and finish the day at the base, where you end your day with a beautiful dinner at a lovely local tavern.