About Lefkada Town

Lefkada Town, also known as Lefkas, is the capital of the island. It is situated on the north east coast, where the island is joined to the mainland by a causeway and a 50 meter swing bridge.
It is the most popular town of Lefkada island, with a population of about 13,000 inhabitants whose major occupations are tourism and the cultivation of the land and the sea. As well as being the administrative and commercial capital of Lefkada Island, Lefkas Town is also a tourist destination in its own right. Since it was opened, Lefkas Town’s new Marina has become enormously popular and has led to an influx of new visitors, bringing new shops and restaurants to cater for them. Lefkada Town is a very pleasant, friendly, typical Greek town. It is an ideal place to stay on holiday. As well as travelers staying for one night before they board their yacht, many tourists use the town’s hotels as a base for visiting the local beaches.