Lefkada, like most Greek islands, is a rocky and mountainous island on the Adriatic coast of Greece. I have never seen forests of wild cypress trees before, but you can see a lot of those beautiful green needles sticking out from the rocky landscape in the area. The island is a very popular place among tourists, especially the little Lafkada town at the end of it, but there a lot of wild and secluded beaches, where access is often very difficult by land or they are only accessible by a boat. We managed to get to two of those beaches to swim and dive into the beautiful and clear turquoise waters.
On our last day on the island, I managed to film the beautiful waves of turquoise blue water, crashing against the long and empty pebbly beach on the wilder west side of the island. You can see the video here: https://youtu.be/UII-OBU_Vlg