Greece has dozens of islands, but if you’re looking for somewhere quiet and relatively unspoiled, Lefkada Greece is an option. It’s also one of the few islands you can actually drive to, as a narrow causeway connects it to the mainland. Lefkada is well known for its beautiful beaches and clear turquoise waters; it’s also home to several picturesque villages that offer plenty of places to eat and to stay, but without the crowds of tourists. Diving, kitesurfing and windsurfing are popular activities here, as well as hiking and cycling along mountain trails. The island is also known for its wineries, and most of them offer tours and tastings. Accommodation varies from basic bed and breakfast and family friendly self catering apartments, to more luxurious boutique hotels and spa resorts, and the island has a place to stay to suit every budget.