The Ionian Islands, Greece

Overview

The Ionian islands lie off Greece’s western coast in a line from Zakynthos in the south to Corfu in the north. Part of the latter is closer to Albania than to the mainland. The Islands are part of Greece and lie off the country’s west coast, in the Ionian Sea. The northernmost island, Corfu, has an old town with Renaissance, baroque and classical architecture. Corfu also features the 19th-century Liston, a promenade on the central square, with arcades and cafes.

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Things to do
  • Sailing in the East coast of Corfu, recommended for a day trip, before you head south.
    First stop on crowded Ipsos, head on to Agni for more peace and quiet.
    Second stop in beautiful Agni, and on to the amazing Kalami, for great food in the Taverna and siesta.
  • The 15th-century Old Fortress is nearby. The Palace of St. Michael and St. George is home to the Museum of Asian Art.
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Sailors Tips


  • For all the love birds- Don't miss Sidari canal at the north of Corfu
  • Sailing in the East coast of Corfu, recommended for a day trip, before you head south. First stop on crowded Ipsos, head on to Agni for more peace and quiet. Second stop in beautiful Agni, and on to the amazing Kalami, for great food in the Taverna and siesta.

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