Starting the trip from Lefkada, considered by many as the Caribbean of Greece, we’ll pass by the floating bridge and hoist the sails to head north. What awaits us through the week are 200 nautical miles of sailing, but we’ll not lose sight of the coast. Sailing distances on the northern route are short and combined with overnight stops in the best harbors and bays. Below you can find out more about the places we usually visit on this route.

The main focus of this voyage is the island of Corfu, which is bordered by the seas of the Ionian, Adriatic and Mediterranean. It charms visitors with the Venetian style, its rich multi-cultural heritage, historic monuments and crystal-clear seas. The island was owned back in the years by the Romans, Byzantines, Venetians and in more recent times by the French, Austrians and English, which strongly reflects its architecture.

South of Corfu are located the islands of Paxos and Antipaxos. They impress us with beautiful bays and intense cosmopolitan style due to the many yachts that moor in its ports in the summer. The beaches are unparalleled, white sand or pebbles lapped by glittering water. These islands will remain etched in your memory forever.

North of Corfu are located Erikoussa and Othoni, another must-see places. At Erikoussa there are only a few small villages which are an oasis of calm and tranquility. Othoni is a stunning mountainous island with crystal clear waters great for snorkeling, sandy beaches and exotic caves, most of which can only be reached by boat.

On the coast of continental Greece, we will pay special attention to Sivota and Parga. And while Sivota shines more with its bays and diving spots, Parga is an idyllic resort that challenges you to get a closer view of its long history and its natural beauty.