Ithaca Cruise with Bus transfer to the Port
The legendary island of Homer and Odysseus is a must destination. Known for its stunning scenery and picturesque villages, this stunning island is truly a gem! The tour will begin with a swim stop in the crystal clear waters of Gidaki & Koutsoupia beach where you will have the opportunity to relax and enjoy the Greek sun! Our second stop will be in the capital town of Vathi, you will feel the nostalgic atmosphere, visit museums and enjoy coffee or shopping in the alleys and back streets of a traditional Ionian town! Our last stop will be at the traditional fish village of Kioni where you will have the opportunity to enjoy a coffee break, stroll around the village and enhance the Greek experience with a stunning sunset on your way back to Kefalonia! A truly unique experience! The transfer pick up is at an additional cost depending on the location of the accommodation.
Days Available: Wednesday
Price: Adult 49€ | Child 29€
Duration: 9:00 AM – 17:45
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Vacation Style Holiday TypeCulture, Daily Cruise, Discovery, History, Island Tour
Activity Level Leisurely
Our experienced and kind captains along with an enthusiastic crew will take you on unique cruises in the spectacular Ionian Waters. Spending one day in Odysseus homeland, departing from the coast of Poros/Skala, you will be surprised just how much you can see and experience in one day!
Sit back and enjoy the scenery of the beautiful inland waterways.
Combine that with sparkling, emerald waters, fresh salt air and soft summer breezes that inspired Homer in the past. Discover hidden, unspoiled beaches with crystal, sapphire waters, moor harbors untouched by ferries, anchor in bays inaccessible to cars, taste the traditional Greek cuisine in local taverns, sightsee your way through Odyssey’s island history.
- Gidaki Beach/ Koutsoupia Beach
- Vathi Village
- Kioni Village
- Pick up from Hotel ( at an additional cost depending on the location of the accommodation)
- Bus Transfer
- Tour Guide
- Personal Expenses