Odysseus Statue
The Statue of Odysseus adorns the port of Ithaca. The statue has two sides: on the one, Odysseus is brawny and haughty, looking at the sea and what the future holds. On the other side, an aged and tired Odysseus is paddling with great intensity on the hard way back to Ithaca.
The composition presents the Homeric hero in his ultimate form and impresses the visitors who rush to be photographed under it. The statue of Odysseus cannot be overlooked. Important elements of character are presented on his face and body: hard, imperious, relentless and persistent. A king who dominates the landscape, giving Ithaca, since it was placed here, a new image..
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Lazaretto is a beautiful, small island situated in the bay of Vathy. It is covered with pine trees and has only one erected building: the chapel of the Transfiguration of the Savior. 
The chapel, which was built in 1668, still stands today and attracts visitors on the 5th and 6th of August annually. Recently Lazaretto has become a very popular destination for romantic weddings from all over Greece.
Archeological Museums
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The Archaeological Museum of Ithaca is located in Vathi, . It is one of two museums in Ithaca with archaeological interest: it houses objects from the excavations in southern Ithaca, while the findings of the excavations in the north are exhibited in the Archaeological Collection of northern Ithaca, in the village Stavros.
In the Archaeological Museum of Ithaca you will see exhibits that range from the Geometric Period to Roman times. More than 1000 intact potteries, small objects that were dedicated to the temple of Apollo in Piso Aetos and a small bronze bust of Odysseus are among the objects exhibited in the show cases of the small Archaeological Museum of Ithaca.

Entrance to the Archaeological Museum of Ithaca is free and follows the established timetable of museums in Greece
Folkore & Maritime Museum
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The collection of Maritime – Folklore Museum of Ithaca houses more than 1,500 exhibits, including old photographs, paintings of ships of ship-owners of Ithaca, nautical instruments and uniforms, documents and books of the Shipping commerce School Stathatos, which was established on the island in the early 20th century and was famous throughout Greece.
In the folklore collection, the visitor can see old tools and typical items of various professions and household utensils of life in Ithaca in the 19th and early 20th century.
Jewelry, clothes and furniture bring you to the life of the the society of the island,religious art, traditional costumes, musical instruments, collections of stamps and a full equipment for the art of weaving, complete with the loom, spindle and threads.

Visit Hours : until June 30th, 09.00 – 13.00 (except Sunday and Monday), July and August 09.30 – 13.30 and 18:00 to 21:00 (except Tuesdays).Telephone: 2674033398
The Nymphs Cave
Also called Marmarospilia. It is identified with the Homeric Cave of the Nymphs, as the findings of archaeological research show that in ancient times it was a place of worship of the Nymphs. The Cave of the Nymphs, is placed  190 meters above the bay of Dexa (the Homeric port Forkynas), & as per myth, the hero hid in the cave of the Nymphs the gifts of King Alcinoos of the Phaeacians.

The findings of the archaeological excavations are exhibited in the Archaeological Museum of Ithaca in Vathi.
The hill of Piso Aetos, on the top of which is located the ancient acropolis of the city of Alalkomenes. The site has been excavated several times, already from the 19th century. The remains of the walls are impressive mainly because of the size of the boulders, so the walls of Alalkomenes in Ithaca are known as “Cyclopean”.
The excavations include the ruins of dwellings, tombs and ancient temples. According to the findings, ancient Alalkomenes was an important settlement with an area of about 400 acres, that probably belongs to the post-Odyssean era.
Loizos Cave
The Cave of Loizos was a center of worship of the Mycenaean civilization. It is located in northern Ithaca in the Bay of Poli. It was destroyed by an earthquake and now the Cave of Loizos remains underwater.
Dimitrios Loizos was the man of Ithaca who was the first to discover the treasures of the Cave, in 1868 – and he gave the cave of Loizos its name. 
The findings that have been recovered from the Cave of Loizos, are considered extremely important for the history of Ithaca and are exposed in the Archeological Collection of Northern Ithaca in Stavros. Among them are bronze tripods, used for libations to the gods and the most important finding of the archaeological research in Ithaca, the fragment with the inscription «ΕΥΧΗΝ ΟΔΥΣΣΕΙ», which proves that the Homeric hero was a real person.
Pilikata is the name of the hill to the north of the village Stavros in Ithaca. Archaeological excavations indicate that this was the location of the Odyssean city, and archaeologists place the palace of Odysseus here.

Only parts of the city walls are still preserved, while the ruins of the settlement and the roads in Pilikata certainly indicate that in the early Helladic period it was the location of an organized settlement.

In Pilikata there is also the Archaeological Collection of northern Ithaca, the museum of Stavros .
Agios Athanasios is located in northern Ithaca, beneath the village Exogi. It is perhaps the most important archaeological site of Ithaca, and the latest scientific papers indicate that it is the location of the palace of Odysseus.
Archaeologists from the University of Ioannina have been conducting excavations in Agios Athanasios from the 1990s. It is a relatively large area, where even with the naked eye, the visitor can observe the ancient walls and the ruins of buildings, floors, and, according to the researchers, constructions of the Mycenaean period. The findings, as well as the description of the area, as recorded by Homer in the Odyssey, all seem to suggest this: that in Agios Athanasios lie the ruins of the palace and a fountain of the Mycenaean era, from the time when the indigenous Odysseus was king of Ithaca. Here also stands a tower from the Hellenistic period, while all the small findings discovered here are now exhibited in the Archaeological Collection of Northern Ithaca.
Menir Area
At the village of Anogi huge boulders called menirs are scattered everywhere! Indeed, they have the same shape as the ones described in Astérix!
Each menir has a different name: Araklis, for example, is the biggest one and most strange. It has a height of 9m and it is based on a broad rock. Araklis has a fusiform shape! Even though this is a really strange shape, it is actually a natural formation.
To visit the menirs of Anogi, you should take the road to the helipad of the village (which is no longer functional). On your right side you will see a sign that will direct you. Keep walking and soon you will come to a fenced area, where these huge stones are enclosed.