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7 days Sailing SE of Lefkada (90miles)

Our itineraries are based on both the experiences of visitors as well as our own experiences as captains.

Day 1 – Lefkas port to Meganisi – 11NM | 1h 30 min
Check-in: 17:00

The sailing route starts from Lefkas island!

Even if the check-in starts at 17:00, there is no need to stay at the marina. The closest destination is the small island of Meganisi, 2 hours to the South from the port of Lefkas. It is a calm introduction to the experience of sailing!

Sail past Sparti island and continue to Skorpios, the private islands of the famous Onassis family.

Approaching the north of Meganisi, you head to the Spartochori port, a nice destination to spend the first night. You can berth at the floating piers, near the port, which belong to the nearby tavern. They offer safe berth along with a meal in their tavern, they help you to moor, and offer a fixed anchorage, so you don’t have to use your own anchor.

Day 2 – Meganisi to Kalamos – 13nm | 2h

Sail to the east to approach Kalamos island, a small island where you can enjoy the beauty of its green scenery. Swim at the beaches at the NE area of the island.

If you decide you can stay at the comfortable and atmospheric harbor of Kalamos, where George (the taverna owner), directs the arriving yachts on their spots. Follow his instructions and you won’t get disappointed.

Day 3 – Kalamos to Kastos – 9nm | 1h 20min

This day, ideally begins with a stop for swimming in the Port Leone bay on the southwest of Kalamos. There are good anchor spots in front of the ruins.

Continue towards the still virgin island of Kastos. A small untouched island with breathtaking turquoise waters. The bays to the south of port of Kastos, are lovely, and some of them are suitable for overnight stay, if you don’t want to visit the port. The port of Kastos is very scenic and definitely worth a visit whilst on an Ionian yacht charter holiday. It’s very small, with outside landlines to the bulwark.

Day 4 – Kastos to Ithaca (Kioni) – 14nm | 2h

This day you sail towards Atokos, a privately owned island with vibrant turquoise water, steep and densely forested mountains, a lonely chapel – a dream. Don’t miss a swim at the beautiful beaches of this uninhabited island.

Sailing to Ithaca, to moor at Kioni, a especially nice located small village at the end of a deep bay which hosts taverns and cafes. It is advised to arrive to Kioni early afternoon the latest, and secure a position near the port. Most probably a berthing spot would be an anchorage inside the bay and two lines to the shore, distance 5-10 meters from the rocks at the west coast.

Day 5 – Ithaca (Kioni) to Kefalonia (Fiskardo) – 10nm | 1h 30min

While sailing to Kefalonia, you definitely should stop to swim to Afales beach in the North part of Ithaca. Beautiful beaches with turquoise water and breathtaking views.

The most famous sailing destination, as well as one of the most beautiful places of Kefanolia, is the bay of Fiscardo, at the northern cape of the island. Fiskardo, the most cosmopolital place in Kefalonia, known for its 19th century Italianate architecture that still remains intact, is really busy most of the time. Cafes, bars, restaurants and shops are at walking distance, to spend a nice evening by the harbor. 

Day 6 – Kefalonia (Fiskardo) to Lefkada (Sivota) – 18nm | 2h 30min

Heading to the west coast of Lefkada, to the Porto Katsiki beach, one of the most famous beaches in Greece and Europe. The cliffs that surround the beach are creating one of the most idyllic landscapes in the world. Leave early and head to Sivota bay.

The natural port of Sivota is a popular destination where you can anchor. There are numerous traditional waterfront tavernas where you can moor and enjoy local food. Anchor there and spend the night under the dazzling stars.

Day 6 – Lefkada (Sivota) to Lefkada – 14nm | 2h

Sail to return to the marina, but don’t forget to stop for swimming to the Desimi bay. It is surrounded by a large campsite located uphills, which has a superb view. Desimi, a small pebbled beach, that many yachts find shelter, as it is protected from strong winds.

Continue sailing at the clear blue waters of Lefkada and finish the day at the marina where you finish your day with a wonderful dinner at a lovely local tavern.


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