(or Eptanisa, meaning "seven islands" in Greek) is an islander region of Greece, which is extended at length of her western beaches up to southern Peloponnese. It includes from North to South the islands: Corfu, Paxoi, Lefkada, Ithaki, Kefalonia, Zakynthos and Kythira. The mountains of Ionian Islands are westerner departments of Greek mountain ranges. The taller mountain is the Enos and is found in the Cephalonia (1628m.).
Rivers and lakes do not exist. The climate of Ionian Islands is Mediterranean, with soft winters and cool summer times. The economy of Ionian Islands is supported mainly in the agriculture, which differs from island to island. Here are cultivated olive trees, citrus fruits, vines and grapes. The livestock farming has shown particular bending the last years. Moreover the tourism constitutes appreciable source of income for most islands.