The second-largest of the Ionian Islands, Corfu is covered in dense olive groves. Its rugged coastline features countless fine-sand beaches which are surrounded by crystal clear waters. Its remarkable historical past, has left its impact on the island, which is evident in its Venetian, British and French influences. Take in its vast architecture, fantastic food and wine offerings as well as its rich culture.
Offering several secluded and isolated white sand beaches, Lefkas is the perfect island to indulge in some rest and relaxation. Explore several of its protected coves, colossal cliff sides and azure waters. Enjoy swimming, snorkelling and kayaking through its crystal clear waters before enjoying a private dinner on board of HAPPY ME.
The largest and reportedly most idyllic of all the Ionian Islands, Kefalonia is the setting of the famous war-romance movie “Captain Corelli’s Mandolin.” Its dazzling beaches, lush green mountainscapes and steep limestone cliffs all add to its quaint, warm charm. Explore the spectacular Myrtos beach, said to be one of the most beautiful coves in the world and visit Fiscardo, with its Venetian-styles houses and picturesque harbour.
Even though it is one of the smallest of the Ionian Islands, Paxos is one of the hidden gems of the Ionian sea. Known for its remote, natural and wild landscapes, its white sand and pebble beaches are surrounded by glistening waters, with gorgeous groves of ancient olive trees.
Preferred among artists for its surreal-like beauty, its beaches, garden-like hills and turquoise waters can be explored in less that one a day.
A true paradise of blossoming gardens and golden beaches, this island was named by
the Venetians who were blown away by the natural abundance offered. Enjoy the vast and varied flora and fauna surrounding its many beaches and pay a visit to Smugglers’ Cove, one of the most famous beaches in Greece and the natural miracle at the Blue Caves.