Meganisi is a picturesque island of the Ionian sea, 4 nautical miles southeast of Lefkada and is the largest island of a complex (Skorpios, Thilia, Kythros and more), composing the administrative district of the Municipality of Meganissi (Taphion), called Tilevoides.
The traditional architecture, the hospitable residents, the quite life and the magnificent sceneries, create an ideal place for summer holidays. Aghios Ioannis, Spillia, Pasoumaki, Ambelakia, Atherinos, Faros, Limonari, Elia, Loutrolimni and Bereta are the most well known beaches of the island which along with Papanikolis and Giovani Caves are worthy of a visit.
Port Spilia is the other harbor of Meganisi in the Ionian Islands. Lying at the head of a deep inlet at the northwest end of the island, the harbor provides berthing for around 50 yachts on its various quays and pontoons, although the depths in the inlet are simply too great for most yachts to anchor.
Private island. The beloved island of Onassis.
Sandy beach with blue waters and green. Access from the Deep, the road crosses the island passes by.
Very beautiful beach with sand, small pebbles and crystal clear waters. The beach is just over the Athens port and one can go by road.
In the middle of the peninsula in Meganissi. Accessible only by boat.
At the edge of the peninsula in Meganissi. Accessible only by boat.
Beautiful pebbled beach with lots of green, like all the island and crystal-clear waters. Road access via a dirt road.
Beautiful beach with small white pebbles. It is perhaps the most popular beach on the island.