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Why you should think of Ionian Cruises

The reason why tourists try not to miss cruising on the Ionian Sea is because the Ionian Islands on the west of mainland Greece include the remarkable islands of Lefkas, Paxos, Cephalonia, Ithaca, Corfu, Zakynthos, and Kythira. Apart from Kythira, which is located on the southern tip of the Peloponnesus, the other six islands are on the west coast of Greece. These seven islands are also known as the Eptanisa (Seven Islands) and Ionian cruises lead to these islands, which are among the most beautiful and stunning islands in the world.

The Ionian Sea is also one of the most important Eastern Mediterranean sailing areas for yacht charters. As the sea here is calmer and doesn't throw many tantrums, the Ionian Sea makes a perfect sailing paradise. Furthermore, with no worries about the current or the tide, the passengers can have a great and peaceful sail and enjoy snorkeling, swimming, or relaxing on the yacht.

Every evening while on Ionian cruises, the yachts moor up in small villages or even on deserted bays, but you will always be near a taverna (small restaurant serving Greek food) so that you don't miss out on the special mouth-watering food of the island in the area.

Based on your requirement, the Ionian cruises can also be long or short. As the Ionian Islands are not very far from each other, even on a short cruise you can see more of the islands, stop in one island for lunch and then sail off to the next for dinner thus making it possible to see more in less time.

The attraction of Ionian Cruises

The Ionian Islands are some of the most visited Greek islands because of their charming villages, vibrant landscapes, and beautiful beaches.

Island of Ithaca: This is one of the most authentic and beautiful islands on the Ionian Sea. Ithaca Island is also popular as the home of Odysseus. The island has startling coves, red-roofed charming houses, and white-pebbled pristine beaches. Although the beaches on the Ithaca Island are small, they are pretty and relaxing.

corfu from the ferryCorfu or Kerkyra: This is the second largest of the Ionian Islands and is one of the most popular and most visited islands. Apart from its dazzling beaches, the other attractions are the ruined towers and fortresses in the city of Corfu. The southern part of the island still has the rustic feel while the northern and southern parts are more tourists oriented.

Lefkas: This island has been able to preserve it's authentic look to a great extent because of the strict building laws that prevents the constructions of tall buildings. There are many options for you on this island like windsurfing, sailing, waking, relaxing on the beach, or exploring the archaeological sites.

Paxos: This is the smallest Ionian island and enthralls visitors with its green umbrella formed by the olive trees. The other spectacles are the dazzling limestone cliffs, huge caves, and the glistening blur waters. There are many private coves and secluded bays on this island and is a walker's paradise.

Zakynthos: Beautiful mountains; marine park to protect the sea turtle--Caretta-Caretta, crystal clear water, traditional villages, beach resorts, and architectural sites will keep you on your toes unless you are in the mood to stretch out under the sun on the endless golden sandy beaches.

Cephalonia: This lush island with its marvelous beaches, fishing village, underground caves, and historical sites will not fail to entice you. It is said that the water of this island is one of the cleanest in the world.

Kythira: This is another of the spectacular Ionian Islands. This island has remarkable places to visit like museums, castles, caves, monuments, villages, and of course the beaches.

Ionian cruises take to a part of the world where you can enjoy nature at her best, visit places of great significance, and give you the gift of carrying the Ionian spirit in you forever.

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