- By boat
- By land
Visit the historic fort and its surrounding canal of Agia Mavra, a Venetian castle dating back to 1294. Originally built as a fortress, the castle received additional touches throughout the years, like its 15th-century church and the 17th-century lion, a symbol of Venice.
Wander around Lefkada, the island’s northeast capital, popping into its Venetian churches like the 17th-century Christou Pandokratora and taking a deep dive into the classical era at the town’s Archeological Museum.
Discover the unique half-moon shape of Porto Katsiki, an enchanting beach hideaway reachable by 80 cliff-entrenched steps. Situated on the island’s southwest coast, the beach is easily accessible by yacht.
The mountain villages of Lefkada, such as Karya, Exanthia, Athani and many more, are a delight to explore.