The island of Meganisi is located just between Lefkada and the western mainland coasts of Greece. This is an island with few population and limited tourist development. Some beaches can be reached on foot and others are accessible only by boat, but they all have amazing water. Vathy is the most picturesque village of Meganisi island and its port receives many private yachts in summer. Stroll along the beach promenade and enjoy a meal in the many fish taverns of Vathy. Agios Ioannis, Fanari, Spilia and Barbarezou are the most frequented beaches, without losing their virgin nature. Meganisi Greece can be visited for holidays or as a day trip from Lefkada.
Meganisi is a small island with lush greenery and blue green waters. It is located just opposite the port of Nydri in Lefkada. This is why holidays in Meganisi can easily be combined with Lefkada. There is no bus on this small island of the Ionian Sea and all transport has to be done by foot or private means, like boat or motorbike. Few hotels also arrange shuttle bus itineraries to some beaches around the island. Vathy and Spartohori are the main villages on the island, where most studios are found.
Things to see and do
The island of Meganisi, in Greece, is one of the Greek islands of the Ionian Sea and it belongs to the Ionian islands group. There are many small and magnificent beaches in Meganisi island. Agios Ioannis, Spilia, Barbarezou and Fanari are the most frequented, while many other crystal coves around the island can be reached by boat. The most picturesque village of Meganisi is Vathy, a nice port village lined up with fish taverns and cafeterias. Many private yachts and boats moor in Vathy in summer, giving to the place a cosmopolitan feeling. Sightseeing during your Meganisi holidays is few, apart from some nice chapels scattered here and there. There are also not many things to do, except for swimming and hiking. This is a great place for just relaxing on the beach.