“As you set out for Ithaca hope your road is a long one, full of adventure, full of discovery”, the great Greek poet Konstantinos Kavafis, wrote in the opening of his poem in 1910 for Ithaca, the island of Odysseus.
A calm and hospitable island in the Ionian Sea, which promises to bring you closer to Greek myths. Sailing for this little diamond on the Ionian Sea, will be one of the experiences of your life.
Upon arriving you will feel the tradition, the history, the culture. Venetians, French, Russians, Turks, English ruled this land and left their mark. Venetian architecture with picturesque settlements, natural green landscapes, beaches with clear blue waters, small churches, monasteries, chapels carved in caves, and of course the impressive island of Lazareto.
During your time in Ithaca, do not forget to visit the Archaeological Museum, the Folklore-Naval Museum and the ruins of the Venetian castle.
Though Ithaca is the second smallest of the Ionian Islands, it awaits travellers to explore it and discover every unique corner.