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The Ionian Islands are seven islands in the west of Greece. The most famous of the seven is Korfu, the most northern island.

Close together in the middle are the islands we visited: Lefkas, which is linked to the mainland with a dam, the small island Meganisi to the east of it, and further south Kefalonia and its small sister to the east: Ithaca. Especially Ithaca is known with Homer-lovers, because Odysseus is supposed to have lived there. 

Well, with or without Odysseus: we found out that all four islands are attractive for active tourist: lots of places where you can walk, cycle or boat. And at the same time they are a great place for lazy tourists too (we think).

Lefkas: Nidri
Nice tourist place with a lot of boats

Lefkas: Vafkeri
Vafkeri waterfall
In summer there isn't any water to fall

Lefkas: Platystoma
Beautiful views over the surrounding islands

Around Lefkas
Around Lefkas
A trip by car around the island

Meganisi island
Where everything happens to be small

Ithaca: Frikes
Village with 23 inhabitants and 4 restaurants

Ithaca: Vathi
The main city of Ithaca and some Homer

Boating on Ithaca
A trip is not complete without some boating

Kefalonia: Argostoli
Kefalonians say you shouldn't visit the main city

Around Kefalonia
Around Kefalonia
Seeing the sights of Kefalonia

Kefalonia: Melisani cave
Melisani Cave

A boat trip on an underground lake

Kefalonia: Sami
Fishing village with a lot of history

Cycling on Kefalonia
Cycling on Kefalonia
Cycling from Sami to Assos, and back

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