How to go to Lefkada
Lefkada is an island located in the Ionian Sea, in western Greece. Here are some ways to get to Lefkada:
By plane: The closest airport to Lefkada is the Aktion National Airport (PVK), located about 20 km away on the mainland. From there, you can take a taxi or rent a car to get to Lefkada. During the summer months, there are also charter flights from some European cities to the Aktion National Airport.
By car: Lefkada is connected to the mainland by a floating bridge, making it easily accessible by car. The drive from Athens takes about 4 hours, while the drive from Thessaloniki takes about 5 hours. You can also rent a car at the Aktion National Airport.
By bus: There are several daily bus services from Athens and other major cities to Lefkada. The journey from Athens takes about 6 hours.
By ferry: There is a regular ferry service from the port of Nydri on Lefkada to the nearby islands of Meganisi and Kefalonia. There are also ferries from the nearby mainland port of Igoumenitsa to the other Ionian islands and the Italian ports of Brindisi and Bari.
These are just a few of the ways to get to Lefkada. Depending on your travel plans and budget, you may find one method more convenient than the others.