The trip begins in Athens where you will have two days to visit the historical center of the city, visit the Archaeological Park of Athens, the New Museum of the Acropolis and the typical neighborhoods of Plaka, Thission and Monastiraki.
The journey continues to the island of Kefalonia, the largest island of the Ionian Sea; Kefalonia is a charming place. Despite the tourist development that has made it a very popular destination, it never gets crowded because of its large size and the number of beaches and coves found on the island. Mostly famous for exotic beaches, including Myrtos, Antisamos, Lourdas and Skala, the island was chosen as the setting for the Hollywood film “Captain Corelli’s Mandolin”. In addition to its magnificent beaches, Kefalonia has many more places to visit, from picturesque villages, medieval castles and beautiful monasteries. Fiscardo is the most cosmopolitan place, with a port that receives many yachts every summer. Other beautiful villages to visit during your holidays in Kefalonia are Argostoli, Sami, Assos and the Caves of Melissani and Drogkaratis.
The second island to be known is Zakynthos (Zante) where you will know the beach of the shipwreck, one of the most photographed beaches in Greece accessible only by sea. Other places of interest are, Marathonisi an uninhabited island accessible both by boat or kayak which is a reproduction place of the turtle Careta-Careta, The Lighthouse of Keri from where you can enjoy a magical sunset and the Keri Caves accessible by sea. For lovers of snorkeling Porto Limnionas is the ideal place. Mpochali is a picturesque village ideal to spend an afternoon and dine in one of the restaurants under the starlight. Blue caves and Gerakas beach are other famous places on the island of Zakynthos. Equally beautiful with the coast are also the mountainous villages like Sxisa, Kampi, Ekso Chora and Maries.