Kefalonia has a lot of beaches with crystal clear of green and blue waters and will take your breath away. This is the biggest Ionian Islands. If you love diving or snorkeling then the seabed around the island will satisfy you 100%. Kefalonia has traditional cuisine and villages, among with the upbeat nightlife will make you fall in love with this island.

Lefakada is surrounded by of 24 isles – one of them is the Aristotle Onassis’ Scorpios. There you will find sightseeing, churches and monasteries, coves of transparent, turquoise waters, traditional houses and restaurants. You will definitely come again and again to see the hall island.

While approaching the port of Symi, one has the overwhelming feeling of entering a perfectly painted image of a scenic traditional village. As a rule, people remain agape and cannot take their eyes off the spectacular sight. The few who can resist the superb spectacle of the town of Symi stretching its impeccable architecture on the slopes of the surrounding hills, take off their eyes to look at their book guides.

Zakynthos (or Zante) has different type of beaches: there are sandy beaches inside secluded caves where the waters are deep and blue. The perfect destination for superb beaches, great nightlife, beautiful scenery and ideal watersports destination.

Monemvasia occupies a steep, rocky islet connected to the Laconian coast by a bridge. The settlement was founded in the 6th century A.D. by the inhabitants of Laconia. A second settlement was later founded on a lower level, and gradually developed into a town of significant strategic importance. After a short domination of the Popes, the area was captured by the Venetians in 1464. In 1540 it was occupied by the Turks and its decline became more evident. In 1690 it was given over to the Venetians and in 1715 was recaptured by the Turks. It was the first among the fortified towns of the Peloponnesus to be liberated by the Greeks in 1821. The area is inhabited today and many of the ruined buildings have been restored by the 5th Ephorate. The settlement is surrounded by a U- shaped fortification wall with two gates, one on the east and one on the west side, and a small exit to the sea. Important Monuments of the Lower Town are: Church of Christ Helkomenos (Led to the Passion), Moslem Mosque, Church of Panaghia Myrtidiotissa.