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14 days charter/ IONIAN SEA

Day 1 -- Athens - Corinth - Galaxidi ( 56 miles )

Galaxidi was originally built 130 metres above the sea level, on a hill, near the church of St.Blasius and it was called Oianthi. This church was destroyed by an earthquake and it was rebuilt from preexisting old walls. All the surrounding area is an archeological site. The town was built two centuries before the Trojan war by Locros, a descendant of Defkalion. After his death a monument was erected to his honour by the Oianthians, called "the Locrion". In one Delphic inscription though it is written that the only sovereign was Armodamos.


Day 2 -- Galaxidi - Patras ( 38 miles )
The Peloponnesian town of Patras has been selected to be the "Cultural Capital of Europe" for 2006. Travelers to the city can expect hundreds of special events, exhibits, festivals and presentations, all designed to show Patras at is best.
Savvy travelers already know Patras as a good example of a "real" Greek city, one still concerned with its thriving wine country, agriculture, and shipping as well its tourists.

Day 3 -- Patras - Zakynthos ( 50 miles )
Zante the third in size of the islands of the Ionian Sea, the green island of poetry, of song and love, the native land of D. Solomos, the writer of the Greek National Anthem but also that of St. Dennis, the Patron Saint. Rich in beauty and tradition, both historical and cultural, Zante is the "ideal" of any traveller with an exploring mind. Discovered in 1897 the blue caves can be found on the northern tip of Zante not far from Cape Skinari. Famous for their stunning shade of blue seas and rock formations. Smugglers Cove also known as Navagio has to be the most famous beach on the island if not in Greece. At the famous bay of Laganas you can enjoy one of the longest and most sandy beaches in the Mediterranean. Greece is the only European country where the logger headed turtles (Caretta, Caretta) nest and Zante is the most important nesting area in the Mediterranean. The national marine park of Zante objective is to preserve the natural environment.


Day 4 -- Zakynhtos - Kefalonia ( 46 miles )

Kefallonia is the largest of the Ionian islands. The capital of the island is the town of Argostoli. It is a lively place, especially in the summer months, with much of the action taking place around its main square (panoramic view, will take you to external site). Argostoli is a modern town that offers many entertainment and shopping opportunities, while still maintaining its charm. Argostoli, as well as all the other towns and villages of the island, was completely rebuilt after the earthquake that struck in 1953. The only area that was spared from the earthquake was Fiskardo. For this reason Fiskardo retains the old architecture, making it the most beautiful village on the island. The second largest town of Kefallonia is Lixouri, on the Pali peninsula. The Mellisani Cave is an underground seawater lake featured in most guidebooks because of the amazing colour of the sea.

Day 5 -- Kefalonia - Ithaca ( 17 miles )

Throughout the ages Ithaki has been known as the home of Odysseus. For years Homer's hero wandered before he finally returned to his island kingdom. The west coast of the island is steep and almost barren in contrast to the green, gentle shoreline on the east. The capital and largest settlement is Ithaki or Vathi: its red-roofed delightful houses set amidst enchanting scenery at the end of the deep closed bay of Molos. Three kilometres to the northwest lies the so-called Cave of the Nymphs (Nimfon Cave). Also worth visiting is the medieval Monastery of the Archangels at Perahori. North of the capital and 600 metres above sea level, the Kathara Monastery (Moni Katharon). Kioni and Frikes, typically Ionian villages, on the northeast coast are unspoilt, wonderful places for a short excursion or an extended sojourn.

Day 6 -- Ithaca - Lefkas ( 28 miles )

It is the fourth largest island of the Ionians and has impressive landscapes, long golden sandy beaches with colour as if the blue of the sea was mixed with bleaching water, traditional villages, a charming capital, some animated beach resorts with many restaurants and bars, Byzantine churches, archaeological sites, perfect wind conditions for windsurfing and kite surfing. Agios Nikitas, Porto Katsiki, Kathisma, Vassiliki are must - see beaches as they are some of the most beautiful beaches of the world.

Day 7 -- Lefkas - Antipaxoi / Paxoi ( 35 miles )

The main visitors of the islands are coming with yachts, since the island is ideal for such a vacation. The main port of Paxoi, Gaios, has a very protected natural harbour that can host almost 200 boats, because of a small island that stands at the front, blocking the wind and the waves. The other two villages Loggos and Langada are also extremely beautiful and picturesque. Special mention must be made for the thousand of sea caves that you can visit either swimming or by boat. Close to Paxoi lies Antipaxoi with two very beautiful beaches. One more thing to notice when you come to Paxoi: forget sand, all the beaches are covered with round, white pebbles of various sizes.

Day 8, 9 -- Paxoi - Corfu ( 30 miles )

Exotic scenery, magical colours, flaming sunsets, romantic moonlight, luxurious vegetation, (lush green even in the height of summer) a riot of radiant flowers and colourful blooms, centuries old silver olive groves, glowing oranges, scented lemons, rich pergolas, sleepy lagoons, forgotten coves, bubbling springs, exciting caves, virgin beaches, golden sands, and pellucid turquoise emerald seas there is surely no other island in the whole universe to which these superlatives collectively apply.

Day 10 -- Corfu - Parga ( 33 miles )

Parga is a picturesque town in the province of Epirus. It is nested between lush green hills and the clear waters of the Ionian Sea. Parga is a busy town in the summer with lively streets packed with a healthy tourist population that mingles busily in the narrow passages and the coffee shops that line its promenade. It seems to be a favorite destination for tourists from all over the world. A stroll through the streets of Parga reveals an "island flavor" with the multitude of the tourist shops and tavernas lined up on both sides and the carefree tourists that constantly stroll up and down the narrow corridors. A short walk through the steep streets would take you to the castle that reveals a bird's eye view of the ceramic rooftops of the town, the small beach in its center, and on the other side of the hill a glimpse of the large and very popular Valtos Beach where swimming is best.


Day 11 -- Parga - Preveza ( 27 miles )

The region of Preveza is located approximately half way down along the coast in the Epirus region of Central Greece. It is at the tip of the Amurakikikos Gulf.Preveza is a lovely holiday destination and along with it's nice beaches and those close by, it also has a very interesting nightlife.
Just to the north of Preveza you will find "Nikopolis" (The Victory City), which is a very interesting site to visit, along with the museum.There are also ferries that cross the gulf, taking you to Aktio, which is a nice option for a day trip, should you be interested.


Day 12 -- Preveza - Nydri / Meganissi ( 21 miles )

Meganissi is a spectacular tiny island very close to Lefkada. It is very green, with crystal clear waters, simple, ideal for romance, honeymooners or for those who wish to get away from it all. The hospitable people, the peaceful way of living, the interchange of the scenery, makes it an ideal place for relaxed vacation. There are interesting and beautiful caves, Papanikolis is one of them, named after submarine sheltered during World War II.

Day 13 -- Meganissi - Naypaktos ( 60 miles )

The many earthquakes that battered the place from time to time, in combination with the fact that the city was being habitated all the time - for more than 3.500 years - this had as a result the loss of important ancient monuments, except for its fort.The city, every time that it was being destroyed after it was being built under its ruins. Because of this, its subsoil is full of ancient findings from all the ages of its history.

Day 14 -- Naypaktos - Loutraki ( 41 miles )

Situated on the east coast of the Golf of Corinth, the ancient city of Thermae (today called LOUTRAKI), once hailed to be loved by the Gods, was the first resort to be recorded in the annals of world history. LOUTRAKI is situated only 84 km away from Athens, connected by the National higway Athens - Patras, and only 6km from the famous Corinth Canal. A unique combination of climatological conditions and natural surroundings, makes LOUTRAKI a privileged place. A temperate Mediterranean climate, breezes scented with iodine from the crystal blue sea and superb beaches that have been awarded the "Blue flag of Europe" five times, make it a truly enchanting place. LOUTRAKI is a well organized resort and together with its famous table and therapeutic waters, marvellous natural beauty spots and cosmopolitan life, there is so much to offer.

Day 15 -- Loutraki - Athens ( 34 miles )

The Capital of Greece. Within the sprawling city of Athens it is easy to imagine the golden age of Greece when Pericles had the Parthenon (the most eminet monument of the ancient Greek architecture) built.Athens is built around the Acropolis and the pinnacled crag of Mt. Lycabettus, which the goddess Athena was said to have dropped from the heavens as a bulwark to defend the city. The suburbs have covered the barren plain in all directions and the city is packed with lively taverns and bustling shops.

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