One of Lefkas's most easily accessible islands is now Lefkada, following the completion of the new motorway network recently released. Do not forget that you do not need a boat to come to Lefkada, as the island is very close to Central Greece and a floating bridge of free flow passage connects it to it and constitutes the road link of the island.
How to get to Lefkada
The city of Lefkada is 380km from Athens, 420km from Thessaloniki and 100km from the port of Igoumenitsa.
From Athens you will come through Olympia Odos to the Rio-Antirrio Bridge and then cross the Ionian Road to Amfilochia. Then follow for 60 km the provincial road that crosses Aitoloakarnania and ends up on the island's floating bridge.
The northern Greeks and the Balkans, to come to Lefkada, can use Egnatia Odos to Ioannina and then enter the Ionian Road to Filippiada. From there follow the provincial road to Preveza (20km) and its underwater tunnel, which is 20km away from the floating bridge of Lefkada.
Buses connect daily Lefkada with Athens and Patra and twice a week with Thessaloniki. See more about KTEL Lefkada's routes on the company's website www.ktel-lefkadas.gr/
Particularly easy access to Lefkada has those who travel by car from Italy via the ports of Igoumenitsa and Patras.
It is connected to direct charter flights from most European capitals via Aktio Airport, 18 km away from the city of Lefkada.
Lefkada is linked to the other Ionian islands by the Azimut passenger ship The ferry line connects Corfu with Paxos, Lefkada, Piagetos Ithaca, Sami Kefalonia and Zakynthos on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. the coastline from Zakynthos begins and the final destination is Corfu every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. From Nydri you can also take ferry boat to Kefalonia and Ithaca.