7-Day Ionian islands Yacht Tour


O’Mega defines the benchmark of luxury and sophistication for the most selective charterer. Cruise in one of the world’s largest megayachts and experience the world from a different perspective. At 82.5m in length, the O’Mega offers lavish accommodation for 30 guests in 15 cabins and with a crew of 30 to cater to your every need. You are guaranteed the experience of a lifetime.

NOTE: We can always adjust to your needs and take care of all your transfers from anywhere in the world. You may choose your current location as the starting point of your adventure. We guarantee and arrange your transfer from any starting point to MY Omega and vice-versa in a comfortable and convenient way. Our customers are free to choose among a variety of Aviation options and we will take care of the details.

Day  1                                                                                                                                                                     Kefalonia

The Crown Jewel of the Aegean Sea

Captain Corelli may have long since strummed the strings of his mandolin but the love affair with the Ionian Island he made his own is getting more powerful by the year.
Kefalonia is the largest of the seven-island Ionian group.
It has been slow to bite the tourism apple and as a result, the islanders learned a lot from other people’s mistakes.

Acqua Alaties Beach | A perfect place to watch the sun go down on another chilled day on Kefalonia. The atmosphere is laid back, good music, a friendly and efficient service. The Italian chef pops out to check everything is fine and he is genuinely concerned to please and you can tell he has a passion for what he does. Book if you would like a sunset table as they are in demand.
Captain Nicolas | Homemade food, supreme quality, local recipes. Run by the mother (manager), daughter (waiter) and grandmother (cook), all with a smile. Fresh fish and meat. They grow and serve their own vegetables.
il Borgo | Amazing venue with amazing views of the valley and beaches and zante!
Casa Grec | Quite simply the best restaurant on this Island. Set in pretty a/c courtyard surrounded by gorgeous shrubs, lanterns etc. Perfectly prepared food with discreet service. A charming Greek Canadian hostess and nothing is too much trouble.

Logos Grand View Cocktail/Pool Bar | Fantastic views. Amazing cocktails. Friendly staff.
Captain’s Bar | Excellent service, great environment and good drinks, must try the cocktails. If you want to visit a bar on the north side of the island, this is the first on the list.

Day   2                                                                                                                                                                   Zakynthos   

Zakynthos is one of the largest and greenest islands in the southern Ionian sea.
The gods Artemis and Apollo chose it for their own holidays for its idyllic landscapes nestled in the green, for its marvelous sandy beaches and for its deep blue waters and marine caves, for its enchanting sunsets and its mild climate.

Massa Mediterranean | Good selection on the menu, pleasant atmosphere backed up by and created by the excellent staff.
Essence Restaurant | Nice small and accurate menu, good service with a personal touch and professional layout. Elegant taste by a very good chef.

Oceanic Chill Out Bar | This is a great little bar. The owner is friendly and makes fantastic cocktails. It’s a nice place to sit and chill.
Cave Bar | The island’s best cocktails bar till late.

Day 3                                                                                                                                                              Ithaca

Home of Odysseus, and perhaps Homer, this tiny island attracts sailors and holidaymakers from all over the world. It is very beautiful and is surrounded by some of the clearest waters in Greece.
Ithaca is truly a magical place and stands for the homecoming. Odysseus sailed for a decade to reach his home, and many sailors believe Ithaca is the ultimate goal. Its friendly people will do their best to make you feel welcome, and it is no coincidence that many returns here year after year.

Rementzo | Delicious homemade food served in a beautiful waterfront setting.
Ageri | Ageri is wonderful in all perspectives! The food is excellent, dishes are really inspired and the menu is the right size and people were very friendly.
Calypso | Great traditional home cooked food and authentic Greek hospitality.

Day 4                                                                                                                                           Lefkada

It is said that Lefkada has the best beaches in the Meditteranean Sea, with crystal water and steep rocky surroundings. Porto Katsiki, Kathisma and Egremni are of great natural beauty, while Agios Ioannis and Vassiliki are the best windsurfing spots. Drop anchor off Nidri. From here a short tender journey will take you to the port of Nidri and Kalamos Island.

Sapfo | On the beach a very good choice.
Seaside Restaurant | The best Fish on the island.

Art Club | Very romantic bar with beautiful views.

Day 5                                                                                                                                                              Sivota

Such a stunning and relatively unspoiled place is hard to find but Syvota, facing the islands of Corfu and Paxos, fits that bill perfectly.
Lush undeveloped landscape, small villages, deserted beaches with a dramatic mountain backdrop, this is one of those beautiful locations that it is quite conceivable you may wish to come back to and stay forever!

Sivota is surrounded by hills which are covered with pine, cypress and olive trees. The coast is characterized by rocky coves, beautiful bays with fine and elongated sand/pebble beaches. Sivota first was called Volia and Mourtos, since 1950 the name of the village is Sivota. The center with numerous cafes and restaurants is situated next to the harbor. From the terraces, you can watch the lovely sailboats. Off the coast of Sivota are three small islands; Mourtemeno, Agios Nikolaos and Bella Vraka. On the main (pebble) beaches: Zavia, Mega Ammos Zeris are sunbeds and umbrellas available for a fee. Beside the harbor is also a beach. In Sivota are a number of tourist shops.

Ionion Fish Restaurant | Best restaurant in Syvota. Pleasant atmosphere, very polite staff.
Steakhouse | Huge portions, food well cooked and presented beautifully. Would highly recommend.
Castelio | Castelio is a very welcoming place has passion for their food and is great for going out with friends and family. The starters are brilliant and the main course and free desert.
Bamboo Place | Lovely atmosphere. Great place to watch the sunset and yachts.
Lovely staff very friendly and efficient.

Day 6                                                                                                                                                                 Paxos

Paxos is an island of endless olive groves and Anti Paxos one large vineyard. The eastern coastline of the islands is gentle compared to the west coast which is bold and abrupt, with caves, arches and sheer cliffs. The capital of Paxos is Gaios a picturesque village built around a port which is protected by two small islands Agios Nikolas and Panagia. On the Northern side is the village of Lakka and on the east side is the very charming village of Loggos. You will find the pace is still unhurried, very relaxing with genuine friendly Greek hospitality at its best.

Roxi | This is a perfect place to sit and relax to watch the boats coming in and enjoy a glass of wine with friends.

Cafe Kalimera | Chilled out bar, serves a good selection of good wines and spirits backed up by funky music suiting youngsters or old timers.

Day 7                                                                                                                                                    Corfu

Countess Flamburiari has said – ‘Corfu town is Venice and Naples, a touch of France and more than a dash of England, apart of course from being Greek’-.
The town is a maze of narrow streets dominated by the 16th-century fortress. Around every corner, you can you find a chapel, old mansion or secret garden square. The café at the Liston: built by the French in the same style as those in Rue de Rivoli, Paris; is probably the place to ‘people watch’ while enjoying a Ginger beer. The narrow streets radiating off from the Liston, house small shops of every commercial nature. Dominated by the ‘gold shops’. Corfiot craftsmen excel at designing and making Greek jewelry in gold so make sure to look for hidden treasures.

Trilogia Restaurant | The view is fantastic, from either inside the restaurant or outside. The food and service are simply spectacular.
Pomo d’Oro | High-quality food, service, atmosphere. If you are looking for a special dinner, do stop by.
The Venetian Well | Excellent restaurant, professional service, and the atmosphere is lovely! The food – delicious and well presented.
Madison Garden Bar |Madison garden is a very stylish cocktail bar, the staff is fantastic very warm and friendly. The cocktails are made from the finest fresh ingredients and premium spirits.

Day 8                                                                                                                                                    DISEMBARKATION