Sailing Ionian Sea
Sailing in the Ionian Sea from Corfu with Cleopatra
The Cleopatra Sailing Boat, anchored in Corfu's Old Fortress in Mandraki
This little town has a beautiful setting! Let us set the scene: Colorful houses built on the slopes of a mountain, boasting a breathtaking view of the sea, exotic beaches with turquoise waters and natural surroundings, a wonderful natural landscape… What’s not to love about Parga Greece.
The first thing that catches your eye as you approach Parga by sailing boat is a lush green islet with a white church at the entrance of Parga port. On the top of a hill above Parga Town sit the ruined walls of a Venetian castle, a vestige of the Venetian rule.
Paxos island is located 7 nautical miles south of Corfu island at the northern of Ionian sea of Greece. Close to Paxos, there is one smaller island called anti-Paxos. Both Paxos and Anti-Paxos are the Paxoi (Paxi) islands.
Lefkada is one of the most breathtaking Greek islands and it is located in the heart of the Ionian sea, connected with the mainland by a small bridge. Being easily accessed by car and boasting one of the most wonderful natural landscapes and some of the most scenic beaches, Lefkada Greece (or the “Caribbean of Greece”, as it is also known as) is the absolute dream destination for those who are into exotic islands.