Kefalonia is the bigger of the two main islands shown on this chart and lies to the south of Lefkas, off the west coast of mainland Greece. Kefalonia has numerous sandy coves and a rugged landscape. It has an indented coastline which makes for an impressive 3D chart.

Lefkas (or Lefkada as it is also known) is one of the Ionian islands. It measures 35km from north to south and 15km from east to west. It is connected to the mainland by a causeway on the north coast which can be see on the chart. Several smaller islands are also shown including: Arkoudi, Meganisi and Skorpios.

For this piece a classic black and white chart was chosen from the Admiralty archive collection. The chart is set on a black background and is finished with a grey mount and black frame. Surround lighting built into the frame completes the piece.


  • Location: Lefkas, Greece
  • Chart: Admiralty, UKHO, classic B&W
  • Surround lighting: Yes
  • Frame: Black, 600*500mm