The fourth largest island in the Ionian Sea. It is situated between Corfu and Kefalonia. Narrow strip of sea, the Corinthians first dredged in the mid-seventh century BC separates the island from Akarnania. However, access is easy, because of the floating bridge which connects the two shores of the channel.
Lefkada owes its name to the southern cape, Lefkata, which in antiquity was called the White stone or White edge.


Over the centuries, passed from Lefkada Macedonians, Romans, Byzantines after the Franks and the Venetians, and somewhat more recently the French and English, to end integrating in 1864 with Greece. Many beaches, unique scenic beauty and aquamarine waters Lefkada highlighted as one of the most beautiful islands throughout Greece and beyond.

Twenty-four large and small islands strewn in the sea and form the Prefecture of Lefkada. All this petite archipelago, with the diversity of landscape and its peculiarities, is a challenge for everyone to explore.