The Ionian Islands refers to the chain of Greek Islands stretching along the west coast of Greece in the Ionian Sea. Due to historical facts the isolated islands of Kithera and Antikythera, south of the Peloponnese, are here included in this group.
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Corfu, known also as Kerkyra, is the northernmost of the Ionian Islands in Greece.
Zakynthos, also called Zante, is the third largest island in the Ionian Sea, off the west coast of Greece.
Kefalonia, also Kefallonia and Kefallinia, is an island in the Ionian Islands in Greece.
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Lefkada is one of the most beautiful islands in the Ionian Sea, with beaches such as Porto Katsiki and Eggremnoi.
Ithaca is one of the Ionian Islands in Greece. Ithaca is the legendary home of the Greek poet Homer's heroic Odysseus.
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Maps of Ionian Islands
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- French: Îles Ioniennes
- Korean: 이오니아 제도 주
- Modern Greek (1453-): Ιόνια Νησιά