“Bye Bye Summer” Sailing Week | Greece – Ionian Islands
9-16 of September 2017
9-16 September 2017
Lefkada – Meganisi– Kefalonia – Kastos – Kalamos
3 Sail boats with 4 or 5 cabins (2 persons/cabin)
The total number of participants is limited to 30 people
Included: yacht rent, skipper, yacht insurance, sailing equipment, linen & towels, fully equipped galley, dinghy & outboard
Not included: transportation to Lefkas Marina, food & drinks provisions (~ 60-70 €/person), fuel and docking fees (35 €/person), yacht deposit (100€/person – refundable at check-out)
How to get to Lefkada:
By plane to Athena and then by bus
By plane to Preveza and then transfer by car
Three reasons to join us at “Bye, Bye Summer!” – Sailing Week
The Ionian Islands are a lighter, greener version of Greece, with their cooler climate, abundant olive trees and forested mountains. We are sailing around the southern islands of the group: Kefalonia, Meganisi, Kastos and Kalamos, each with its specific beauty.
You will have the chance to sunbathe on some of the most beautiful and wild beaches in the world in Kefalonia, swim in clear blue waters in Kastos, wander around on narrow streets in Kalamos and enjoy the romantic city of Fiskardo.
• Meganisi is the first stop on our route . The island was once a Venetian colony, which explains it’s unique style of architecture. The small town atmosphere with colorful houses and narrow streets and the great taverns with fresh food from the sea make this place a perfect kick start for the week.
• Kefalonia is the largest island on our trip. The beauty of the beaches and bays here is well known and appreciated. We will find the best ones and enjoy the wilderness. We will also explore the island traveling around in scooters or ATVs. This will take us around the island to the beautiful town of Assos, amazing Melissani cave and to the one of the most beautiful beach in the world, Myrtos Beach.
• Kastos and Kalamos are two small gorgeous islands with some of the most beautiful beaches in the Ionian Sea. We will anchor in a wild bay, accessible only by boat and spend the night in the moonlight. If you are a snorkeling lover, you will absolutely love the variety of underwater flora and fauna. A walk on the narrow streets crowded with dining tables from the taverns is the best thing to do before heading back to the mainland.