The Emerald Ionian Island
Of all the beautiful Ionian Islands, Lefkada is admittedly the most easily accessible. It is connected to the mainland by a bridge, thus making the drive from Aktio Airport only 15 minutes. You might have heard of our island, as its beaches and scenery are world-famous. Porto Katsiki and Egremni, for example, are two of the most magnificent beaches in Europe and known all over the world.
However, you can do a lot more than just swim, while in Lefkada. There is a range of activities you can try, such as sailing, windsurfing, biking and more. If you are feeling adventurous, you can even go scuba diving.
The island is located in the Ionian Sea and belongs to the Ionian complex. The connection to the land is a floating bridge of 40 meters that connects the island with Etoloakarnania making the access to the island, inexpensive , fast and safe. Lefkada is an important tourist destination for thousands of tourists, you will find beaches with crystal clear waters, organized tourist infrastructure, picturesque fishing villages, nightlife, sea sports activities. You will visit and will admire the sights but do not forget to taste the traditional products.
On the island you will relax physically and spiritually, will fill your summer with cool images and memorable experiences that will be printed on your memory, causing a desire to revisit the island. It is no coincidence that every summer we meet tourists with familiar friendly faces who do not choose Lefkada as a tourist destination for the first time !!!!
Lefkada benefits from easy access as it is connected with the mainland by a floating bridge. The underwater tunnel of Preveza-Aktion offers easy access to the island from northwest Greece and the port of Igoumenitsa (100 km), which is a major gateway for Western and Central Europe. Visitors from North Greece can easily reach Lefkada by Egnatia. Arriving in Ioannina follow the route to Preveza where the underwater tunnel. The distance from Action Airport to the island of Lefkada is 22 km. The bridge of Rio-Antirio facilitate the connection of the island with Greece, and the port of Patras (170 km), which is the second major gateway to Europe.