When visiting Greece, you might start from the port of Lekada, or Lefkas on the island of Lefkas. This island has a swing bridge and causeway at the north eastern tip, connecting it to the mainland. When you arrive at the part, you will board your yacht and meet your captain and crew. This is also a great tie to meet with your chef and discuss any special issues you want made available before you set sail. After you have settled in, you can always walk around the town of Lefkas and enjoy the sights, but we suggest you eat on board your yacht. The chef will repaper you an amazing first night meal under the stars.
On a cliff overlooking Spilia port on the island of Meganisi, sits the majestic village of Spartachori. This wonderful town provides you with some excursive, as you walk up to the center, and looking over the breathtaking views. If you are not partial to excursive, then head south from the port, towards the shingle beach and sit at a local café.
Kalamos town is the main town on Kalamos island, and is found half way down the eastern coastline. This is a great harbor for staying protected from rough winds, and it can hold up to 30 yachts. The island is popular to both Greek and international tourists, however the Greek visitors tend to locate themselves in a town further west on the island.
Vath is Ithica’s main port and is located on the east of the island. The town itself is situated at the head of a long inlet, and has retained its originality, while providing access to many modern amenities. The cafes, taverns and restaurants all provide excellent local cuisine, not to be missed or passed over.
On the east side of Keaflonia is Ayia Euphemia. This lovely town has recently upgraded its water and electricity infrastructure and refurbished the quay, making it a newly sought after tourist point. The town is located around 10 miles south of Fiskardo and it is home to an amazing bakery, as well as providing a good place for provisions.
Fiskardo is located on the island of Kefalonia. The island was hit by a powerful earthquake in 1953, but the town of Fiskardo was left relatively undamaged due to its amazing construction. The town was built up over time by the Venetians and their attention to foundations saved this town centuries later. You will be truly astounded as you approach this town from the sea.
Vassiliki is a famous village in the south west of Lefkas. Its famous due to Eric. That’s the name of its northwesterly wind and is what brings windsurfers from all over the world. Eric is the predominant global wind that makes windsurfing in Vassiliki one of the best in the world. The village itself is just east of the bay, and is a small fishing village with a yacht harbor. There is also a commercial harbor close by, and the village has a lot of tourists and windsurfing enthusiasts all year round.
When you finish your voyage, and arrive in Lefkas town, take some time to enjoy the views. Walk around the hustle and bustle of this Greek city. Take some time to enjoy one last amazing meal, or shop around for some final memory to take home.