Top 100 Towns for Greece
Kalamos is a remote and beautiful island with Port Kalamos being the isle╠вcувs primary settlement. In the tiny village a harbor of Episkopi, located on the north side, is home to a ruined monastery. The walk from the harbor up to the monastery offers picturesque views over the water towards mainland Greece. Also on the Kalamos╠вcув north end, there are several protected anchorages with deep-water coves. Dolphins love this area, so be sure to look for them playfully swimming about! The coves are overhung with rocks and cliffs eroded into majestic and fantastical shapes and surrounded by thick pine forests providing welcome shade from the sun. there is good shelter from the northwest, but winds can gust off the mountain.
Vathi is a tiny village on the north coast of the Greek island of Meganisi. Pretty chapels and friendly tavernas border the harbour, where ferries deposit daytrippers from nearby Lefkas and locals take in the scene over a glass of ouzo. And the no-rush vibe continues along a string of picturesque secluded beaches.
Lefkada is a Greek island in the Ionian Sea, connected to the mainland by a causeway. West coast beaches like Porto Katsiki and Egremni feature sheer cliffs and turquoise waters. The east coast is known for its traditional villages, including the seaside resort of Nydri. In the north, Lefkada town is the island's gateway and capital. Vassiliki, in the south, attracts windsurfers.
Sivota is one of the most beautiful bays in Lefkada, located 32 km south of the capital town. The settlement lies around a blue crystalline cove amidst verdant hills and lush green forests overlooking the Ionian Sea. The lovely port of the village provides a safe shelter for private yachts and quite close is also the main beach. Source: www.greeka.com
A popular town in a stunning sandy blue water bay on the western coast of the island. The northern side of the bay is quieter and offers a couple of tavernas, while the southern side has a queue of restaurants along the quayside which leads to a ferry point to Folegandros, Kimolos, Milos, Piraeus, Serifos, and Mikonos.