Kefalonia island has so much to offer that it could never be possible to be explored not only in one day, but even in several days’ period. Whether you want to rest on the fabulous beaches or get on an adventure, follow our steps and explore the highlights of Kefalonia!
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At the entrance of the capital of Kefalonia, you can see a stone bridge of 650 meters long called the Drapano Bridge. There is a pyramid dedicated from Charles de Bosset, who built the bridge, to the British Empire. Argostoli is a modern and cosmopolitan town. You can walk the...
One of the world’s most astonishing geological phenomenon. Katavothres can be reached in 3 klm from Argostoli. What makes the place astonishing is that the sea rushes in through rocks off the shore and vanishes underground. It is a romantic place for a drink, and woth seeing the beautiful sunset.
An impressive village wirh remarkable views to the sea, which in 1953 was completely destroyed after the the 1953 catastrophic earthquake. The new village reconstructed and rebuilt according to the neoclassical architectural tendencies. We recommend you to visit the ‘Cultural Centre George and Marie Vergottis’ , the local stadium, and...
Castle of St. George
ST. GEORGE CASTLE, was the place of residence for officials and nobles till 1757 when the capital relocated to Argostoli. Under the Venetians, the castle was like a small city, and included watchtowers, ramparts, watertanks, tanks with boiling oil to dump on the enemies, hospital, storage rooms for food, and...
The Monastery of Agios Gerasimos in Kefalonia.
Agios Gerasimos is the protector saint of Kefalonia. He was known for his miraculous abilities to cure people with mental illnesses. His miracles which became widely known across the country, led to the removal of his relics that were found totally incorrupt. Today, his relics are saved in double glass...
One of the most gorgeous beaches on Kefalonia, Antisamos is a vast golden beach, surrounded by lush greenery. Scenes of the Hollywood movie "Captain Corelli's Mandolin" were filmed there. Antisamos is a beautiful and peaceful beach made up of white pebbles, with turquoise water and luscious green hills surrounding it. The...
Myrtos is the most famous and beautiful beach of Kefalonia. It is actually a large coast with turqoise water and white sand, surrounded by steep cliffs.
Makris Gialos Beach
Makris Gialos is a very beautiful and popular sandy beach in close distance to Argostoli, the capital of Kefalonia, and the busy tourist resort of Lassi. It has golden sand and many watersports centres around the beach.
Skala sandy Beach is 37 km south east of Argostoli The fishing village of Skala hosts a large, sandy beach within a walking distance from its port. Organized and clean, this is a lovely spot for family vacations.
The area of Lourdata is a calm beach resort on the southern side of Kefalonia. The beach has white sand and it is organized with umbrellas and sun beds.
The Foki Beach is just next to Fiskardo. Foki is a small beach with large stones and crystal water .Many trees cover the beach and offer a good shade. The name comes from the frequent appearance of the monk seal (Fokia in Greek) Monachus Monachus.
Platis Gialos Beach
Platis Gialos is one of the most popular beaches on the island, close to the capital village and the busy resort of Lassi. It has golden sand and many watersports centres.
Petani 20 km north west of Argostoli Description: This is a beautiful beach that reminds a lot the bay of Myrtos, the most famous beach on Kefalonia. It is located in the peninsula of Lixouri, on the western side of the island
40 km west of Argostoli and 10 km south of Lixouri Description: Xi is one of the most beautiful and popular beaches of Kefalonia. It is very large, sandy and organized with umbrellas and sun beds.
Trapezaki is a small beach with calm ambience. It is organized and close to the beach resorts of Lourdata and Pesada.
Beautiful bay, ideal for snorkelling about 20 minute walk but up and down hill.
Dafnoudi Beach is a beautiful secluded beach at the bottom of a steep natural valley. Better to go by car or see walking guide
About 15 minutes by car from Fiscardo this tiny but interesting beach is well worth a visit.
Aghia Jerusalem Beach
One of the lesser known beaches frequented mostly by locals. Excellent Taverna here too