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- proper n. An older spelling of the town in Greece located in the Lefkada prefecture.
- proper n. An older spelling of the island in the western part of Greece and is part of the Ionian Islands chain.
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Classical style: more luxury villas in GreeceThe Gecko, Lefkas In an area rich with wild meadow flowers and poppies, the modern, simple facade of the Gecko hides one of the most mouthwatering interiors inGreece.
Lefkas is joined to the mainland by a causeway and is considerably less developed than Corfu and Kefalonia.
Lefkas, the Ionian Blue Hotel, A video tour of the hotel,
Sitting on a hillside on the Eastern coast of Lefkas, The Ionian Blue Hotel has magnificent views across the water to mainland Greece.
These islands - which include Corfu, Paxos, Lefkas, Cephalonia, Ithaca and Zakynthos - are not nearly as populated as the islands in the Aegean and aren't overrun with the tourist resorts or major developments of many other Mediterranean coastal areas.
Slide 15: Lefkas / The United States of the Ionian Islands» (English protection) - 19th century Around the old abandoned church of St. Nikita, people coming from other places, construct new houses and gradually make a new village.
Slide 1: Saint Nicetas The connection between the Byzantine city of Chalcedon of 8th century and Greek island of Lefkas of 21st century
More Sail Ionian runs a yacht charter company based on the island of Lefkas in Greece, ideally located for sailing holidays [...]
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