Lefkada - Greek Islands
Lefkada (Lefkas) is the fourth largest of the Ionian Islands of Greece and has had a turbulet history from the Carthaginians taking control in 640BC up to when the British left in 1864. It is joined to the mainland by a narrow causeway and offers mountain villages and beach resorts. In Lefkada Town you can view the beautiful ruins of the 14th century Santa Mavra Fortress. The Phonograph Museum is worth a visit and above the town Moni Fancromenis was founded in the 17th century. Around the island Agios Nikitas is a traditional resort with harbour and beach while Kalimitsi and Agios Petros are typical mountain villages. The resort of Vasiliki is good for windsurfing and Nydri has good views of the neighbouring islands. The following 21 cruises call at Lefkada. Discover more by clicking the cruise name or ship or click the Enquire button if you want to check availability and pricing.