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Kalamos Route

2018 dates: 29 Apr | 13, 27 May  |  10, 24 Jun  | 8, 22 Jul  | 5, 19 Aug  | 2, 16, 30 Sep

SUN : Embark at Palairos. You join your flotilla in our beautifully located Palairos base, just a short drive from Preveza airport. The superb setting, with views across to Meganisi and Scorpio, the island owned by the Onassis family, will soon put you in the holiday mood! And there’s time for a stroll around the shops after settling in on your yacht.

MON : Little Vathi, Meganisi . Sail today to Little Vathi on Meganissi just opposite Scorpios island. Little Vathi is a lovely harbour with several traditional tavernas to take your pick from.

TUE : Polis, Ithaka . Across the channel to the picturesque fishing port Polis on Ithaca. The bay has a beautiful pebbly beach with clear, turquoise waters, and you can take a walk up to the archaeological site of Loizos Cave on the north side, which used to be a worship place during ancient times.

WED : Eufimia  After a great sail, enjoy the beautiful surroundings and taverns near by.

THU : Kioni, Ithaka The village is an exceptional beauty set amidst a setting of olive groves. The lovely houses form an amphitheatre around the steep slopes of the bay with its amazing deep blue waters. After an enjoyable sail, relax moored to the jetty, only a few steps away from the tavern.

FRI : Kalamos Enjoy a sail south to the island of Kalamos. Port Kalamos is a sleepy little harbour with a few restaurants and shops on the quayside for visiting yachts. Take a walk up to the old town for views and a visit to the bakery.

SAT : Return to Palairos Rather than head straight back you can return to one of the many anchorages on Meganisi, perhaps Abelike Bay, for a last lunch stop and swim before returning to Palairos

SUN : Disembark at Palairos.

Routes may vary due to weather conditions & other factors.

Polis, Ithaka (19nm). Across the channel to the picturesque fishing port Polis on Ithaca. The bay has a beautiful pebbly beach with clear, turquoise waters, and you can take a walk up to the archaeological site of Loizos Cave on the north side, which used to be a worship place during ancient times.

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