The Seven Gems Of The Ionian


One of the most cosmopolitan islands of Greece, Corfu is located on the northern side of the Ionian Sea. It charms visitors with the Venetian style, the lovely beaches and the relaxing feeling. Many beautiful beaches are found around the island with colorful waters, surrounded from picturesque nature. Corfu holidays can be a great experience for families, couples or group of friends, as it has something special for everyone.



Kefalonia is the biggest Ionian island and the green of its mountains blend with the blue of the water making it a truly unique and beloved destination.

Apart from swimming to the exotic beaches like Myrtos, Kefalonia also has many places to see, from picturesque villages to medieval castles and beautiful monasteries.
If you happen to love snorkeling or diving then the island’s amazing seabed will definitely satisfy you. Kefalonia’s culinary tradition, history, picturesque villages, upbeat nightlife and magic beaches will make you fall in love with this island.


Lefkada is an island that definitely impresses its visitors and combines stunning beaches, which are included undoubtedly in the top beaches of all Greece with the picturesque town full of colored houses and traditional streets. Around the island, visitors can find lovely villages with fish taverns by the sea surrounded by lush greenery.


Zakynthos is one of the Greek Ionian Islands located off the west coast of Peloponnese and is one of the greenest in the Ionian sea. It’s the beaches of Zakynthos that make the island a magnet for the tourists that travel there between Easter and October. The long beaches with turquoise waters, the small bays with the crystal-clear waters, the lushly green mountain tops, the Venetian buildings and the various other sights make this island one of the most popular destinations in Greece. The most interesting place is without a doubt the Navagio Beach, with the white sand and the skeleton of the shipwreck buried in the sand. The culinary tradition of the island is also very interesting, with many exquisite local specialties.



Paxos and Antipaxos islands are located 7 miles south of Corfu. The capital of Paxos is the graphical Gaios ,which is naturally protected by two islets, the Virgin Mary and Saint Nicolas. Paxos is dominated by olive groves and Antipaxos by vineyards which produce the famous black wine. Antipaxos is also famous for the exotic beaches Vrika and Voutoumi. Once-in-a-lifetime experiences to look the sunset from the white cliffs at Erimitis, explore caves and hike in search of historic monuments. Two beautiful islands that you will never forget!



Diapontia islands are located close to Corfu and is one of the most popular destinations for an excursion from the island of Corfu. The most known are Othonoi, Erikoussa and Mathraki. A trip there will make you feel, even if only for a while, that you are in paradise.

Othonoi has beautiful beaches with white sand, lush vegetation and small villages with stone houses. Erikoussa has olive groves and is distinguished for its beautiful beaches. Mathraki, the smallest one is characterized by its rich, beautiful trails and beaches with crystal clear water.



Ithaka is a small beautiful island where you will discover rich culture and you will see the reason why Ithaca has such a special place in the hearts of those who have visited
its shores. Ithaka remains unspoiled by the modern world full of clear blue beaches and lush green valleys. Ithaka has something for everyone. Great beaches, hikes, scuba diving, festivals and traditional food. Even in the height of summer you can find a secluded beach or a corner to contemplate your thoughts.