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Overview | Ionian Odyssey
Visiting legendary island destinations as well as lesser-known stop offs, this 7- day trip has it all.
You’ll be island hopping in turquoise seas across the Ionian Sea, with a new destination every day. With our small boats we can reach beautiful beaches and remote coves that are inaccessible to bigger vessels. During the day, you can enjoy swimming, snorkelling, barbequing, sunbathing, exploring ashore, or simply doing nothing at all. Our Health Coach will organize light physical activities such as aqua gym, pilates, or calisthenics as well as daily yoga.
In the evening, we reach harbour or moor within easy reach of charming towns and villages.
An additional charge of €80pp for the local port fees will be due on arrival in order to assure some basic operational needs for the cruise.
Max No of Guests: 12
Solo travellers are accommodated in cabins normally reserved for double occupancy but at an additional cost, equivalent to 50% of the price paid by a guest who is sharing.
Cruise Dates: 16 – 23 SEPT 2023 (SOLD OUT)
ITINERARY | DAY 1
Our journey departs from Zante. Famous for its white beaches and party atmosphere it manages to cater for nature lovers, adventure seekers and clubbers in equal measure.
Agios Nikolaos is one of the most popular beach areas on the Island of Zante. Nearby attractions include the Shipwreck Beach (you’ll recognise it from Instagram) and the Blue Caves.
ITINERARY | DAY 2
Agia Efima is a fishing village on the island of Kefalonia, serves up a slice of traditional Greece with waterside tavernas and cafes creating a welcoming atmosphere. The harbour, destroyed in an earthquake in the 1950’s has been rebuilt with a Riviera feel. A 15-minute drive takes you to Myrtos Beach which featured in Captain Corelli’s Mandolin.
ITINERARY | DAY 3
Only a short hop from Kefalonia, Vathi is the largest settlement on the island of Ithaca – although it is still not much more than a fishing village or small resort. The sandy beach is a mile long with enough bars to keep you well refreshed and the Church of Taxiarches which stands in front of the small port is more than an iconic sight, it is in regular use and hosts traditional Greek weddings.
ITINERARY | DAY 4
Atokos is a privately owned but uninhabited island. Rugged, cavernous, and verdant, there are fine sandy beaches and the perfect place for a swim stop.
Meganisi is another island largely untouched by tourism with many beautiful beaches and secluded coves that can only be accessed by foot or by boat. There are no organised activities on Meganisi. September can be a good time for hiking with many old footpaths leading to secret beaches, tiny chapels, or hilltops with splendid views.
ITINERARY | DAY 5
Like most of the Greek Island settlements Fiskardo has a long and chequered history dating back to ancient times including continuous habitation and multiple invasions. Unlike many towns however, the great Earthquake of 1953 that destroyed much of Kefalonia left Fiskardo and its Venetian buildings untouched. Most visitors are there for the cosmopolitan atmosphere and fine dining, but there are also many beaches and archaeological sites to explore.
ITINERARY | DAY 6
Poros is a small working fishing village at the southern end of Kefalonia. A bit off the usual tourist track it retains a traditional, authentic Greek feel. There are plenty of good places to eat and drink in Poros including some taverna’s high up on the mountain behind the town offering stunning views over the port and across to Ithaka.
ITINERARY | DAY 7
The final leg of our journey returns you to Zante. Rich in both beauty and tradition it is a fitting place to end our Odyssey.
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