In the northwest of Greece, the island of Lefkada for aeons reflects the glory of past cultures in the facets of its own unique character.
Lefkada, named after its white coastline is an island located west of the Acarananian coast, rising out of the royal blue waters of the Ionian Pelagos to reach a height of 1182m at its peaks. A paradise spreading over an area of 350 square kilometres and with an overall length of 117 kilometres of beautiful varying shapes of coastline.
The only among the Seven Islands of the Ionian Sea with the privilege of being connected to the mainland with easy access from Preveza International Airport which is 18 km away, and presenting the Ionian Sea with its unique character from all other islands. Mainland and inhabitants - inseparable attached to one another.