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Lefkas Marina, Lefkada Island, Greece

Lefkas Marina is a large port situated on the banks of the Ionian Sea in the famous city of Levkas. With warm summers and gentle winds all year round, this is the perfect place to enjoy sailing and sunbathing on cruise boats and sandy beaches. The city’s historical heritage will astonish you with superb monasteries like Lefkada Monastery of Faneromeni and magnificent beaches. The most important locations are Eggremni and Katsiki Beach. If you have your mind set on a vacation here, we suggest visiting these outstanding accommodations: Grand Nefeli, Enodia Hotel, Alkyon Apartments & Villas Hotel and Hotel Eleana. If you are feeling hungry, you should try the restaurants scattered all across the city that will spice up your holiday and ensure that a simple meal will be transformed into a romantic dinner. Taste the incredible seafood dishes of T'Aloni, Nissi Mediterranean Kuzina, Nirikos and Seaside Restaurant. Enjoy a romantic holiday in Lefkas marina and you will be pleased with your choice.

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Attractions in Lefkada Island

Lefkada, or Leucas or Leucadia or Lefkas or Leukas (Greek: Λευκάδα [lefˈkaða]; Ancient Greek and Katharevousa: Λευκάς), is located in the Ionian Sea. It lies between the islands of Corfu and Kefalonia. It is very close to the shores of the western mainland of Greece. The island is connected to the mainland by a long causeway and a floating bridge.

Archaeological evidence points to that Lefkas has been inhabited since the Stone Age (4th Millennium BC). According to mythology, the island was given by Odysseus father to Penelopes father as a wedding gift. The cliffs of the island were a "favourite" suicide spot for people with broken hearts, and some legends claim that it was here, and not on Lesbos, that Sappho jumped to her death after her love for a sailor had not been returned

It is a very popular summer region, where there is something for everyone. Young vi... more info