Lefkada is a very popular destination. Its easy access, even by car, through the floating bridge that connects it with the mainland. However, Lefkada is also connected by air with Athens and Thessaloniki throughout the year, as well as with various European cities during the summer months.
The distinctive characteristic of Lefkada is that you can actually drive there without using a ferry boat, as the island is separated from the mainland by a narrow channel. Visitors can use the public interurban buses (KTEL) or a private vehicle to access Lefkada from Western Greece, Aetoloakarnania Prefecture. The trip from Athens lasts approximately 5 hours.
Aktion is Lefkada’s airport 18 kilometers from the island’s capital. There are daily flights to and from Lefkada from Athens, Thessaloniki and Crete. During the summer months there are numerous daily charters from almost all major cities in Europe.
Lefkada is connected by boat with other Ionian Islands,Kefalonia, Paxoi and Ithaca, as well as by smaller liners with the nearby small islands Meganisi, Kastos and Kalamos..
One of the most well-developed in the Mediterranean Sea, Those who choose to sail through the emerald Ionian waters will highly enjoy the luxurious services provided in this impressive marina.