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By Chris | December 30 2012
Whether seeking style or convenience, we have selected the Ionian Islands’ finest marinas and transport services
Maximum length: 262ft (80m)
Number of berths over 80ft (24m): 77
Draft: 18ft (5.5m)
The largest marina in Greece, Gouvia Marina has a reputation as one of the finest marinas in the Mediterranean.
Originally a 17th century Venetian naval station, today Gouvia is perfectly equipped for the elite traveler and its waterfront is lined with shops, restaurants and bars. It even boasts its own cricket and croquet field, as well as guest office spaces. Only four miles from Corfu Town and with over 1,100 berths including floating pontoons and 520 dry docks and a chandlery, Gouvia Marina is the ideal base from which to start your cruise.
Dimitirs Koutsodontis, Marina Manager
+30 26610 91900
49083 Kontokali, Corfu
Maximum length: 147ft (45m)
Number of berths over 80ft (24m): 40
Draft: 13ft (4m)
Situated in the heart of the Ionian Islands, Lefkas Marina provides an array of services including a refueling station and a chandlery.
Operating since 2002, it is one of the newest marinas in the Ionian and guarantees modern and top-of-the-range facilities including a conference center, surgery and full range of technical boat repairs. Other facilities include laundry services, Wi-Fi, electricity and water. There are a number of shops, restaurants and bars to choose from within the marina and it offers easy access to the town of Lefkas which lies just a five-minute walk away.
Spiros Dallos, Marina Manager
+30 26450 26645/6
East shore, 31100, Lefkas