The Waterfalls of Nidri is one of the most impressive sights in Lefkada, an actual monument of natural beauty. To get there, you will use a wooden ladder. If you follow and the second staircase, you will find yourself in even bigger waterfalls and a lake where you can do some diving.
You will find it ten minutes away from Nidri. There you will find the first waterfalls. You can enjoy a breathtaking scenery if you continue hiking in nature for another twenty minutes. The Waterfall of Dimosari is another impressive sight of the island of Lefkada, which worths visiting.
The Phonograph Museum in Lefkada is located on the main street of the old town of the island. It is one of the most unique attractions of the island of Lefkada since in it you can see a remarkable collection of gramophones and musical instruments. You will also find a numerous folklore items such as cards, jewelery, photographs, embroidery, tools and coins.
The archaeological site contains the ruins of the ancient Lefkada, dating back to the Archaic to Roman times. There you will find the two cemeteries of the ancient city, individual monuments and construction ruins like graves, farmhouses and port facilities. The ancient city was abandoned around 1300, and then continued earthquakes almost annihilated it.
The church of Pantokratoras in Lefkada is one of the important historical and religious sites in the island. Inside you can admire paintings of famous painters and rare pictures. It was built in 1864 and belonged to the family of the poet Valaoritis. In fact, inside the church area there is also the tomb of the famous poet.
It is a sea cave located in Meganissi and has a depth of about thirty meters with a little fairy sand inside. It is said that was used during the Second World War as a base of the submarine "Papanikolis". Another legend says that here found shelter during the Turkish occupation a priest with his disciples, to escape from the pirates.