• The church of Ag. Kuriaki at the edge of the scenic gulf of Vlucho.
  • Two of the most famous wind surfing spots in Greece, are situated in the island of Lefkas.
  • The verdant islands Madouri, Scorpios, Meganisi, and the Akarnanian Mountains…


Geni is a location in Lefkada where you have the chance to enjoy nature's treasures.

Long walks and cycling along picturesque paths through the trees, only 15 minutes away from the church of Agia Kyriaki. From there you can see the village Nydri, the private island of Aristotelis Valaoritis, Madouri, so as Prigiponisia (small private islands in lush vegetation). Wonderful view for anyone who loves photography and wishes to collect fabulous material. It is of major consideration to mention that in the courtyard of the church, there is the tomb of the famous archaeologist Delpfer, who was the historical person who argued the Homer's Ithaca is Lefkada, not the current island Ithaca.

The church of Agia Kyriaki can be an excellent choice for a wedding and christening, followed by a recession or party at Villa Yalenia. Only 3 klm away from the villa you can find Desimi beach, accessed with a bicycle as well.

Built in a seaside lot, Villa Yalenia, features a private protected port at the bottom of the garden, reached by stone made path between the house and the sea Learn more about this...

The location of Villa Yalenia, offers a peaceful bay to enjoy boating and fishing. A number of tavernas and cafeterias can be found at Vlyxos bay, arriving there even with a boat.

Nydri, the most famous resort in Lefkada, awaits for all visitors to play with numerous of water sports. Moreover, Nydri is the starting point for daily cruises to small islands like Scorpios, so as to Cefalonia and Ithaka.

Windsurfing and kitesurfing are two of the most popular water sports, and the island of Lefkada is one of the most visited destinations in Greece for this.


The beauties of the island have inspired many artists, in their drawings and poetry. Satisfying the widely known characterization as the island culture, poets and spirit…