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Kefalonia island

Kefalonia Greece, being the largest Ionian island, offers unlimited options for activities and recreation. Hundreds of exquisite sandy and pebbled beaches can be found along the coastline. Countless activities and traditional festivals are held, spanning from April to October. View all options here and select the ones that suite your personal needs. Thousands of years of History and Culture guarantee that Kefalonia hosts some of the most important Cultural and Natural landmarks across Greece. Mycenean tombs, extraordinary natural phenomena or picturesque villages. Every landmark has its own unique story to tell and awaits to be explored.

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Kefalonia on WikiPedia

Kefalonia is the largest of the Ionian Islands in western Greece with a total area of 781 sq. km. (302 sq. mi.) and a population of 35,801 (2011 census). It is a separate regional unit of the Ionian Islands region and consists a single municipality, the Municipality of Kefalonia. The capital of Kefalonia is the town of Argostoli in the South, a modern town with 10,633 (2011 census) residents. An island with a diverse landscape, full of natural “mysteries” and surprises that will surely impress its visitors. In the summer, visitors can explore more than 100 beaches around the island, visit unique historical and natural landmarks, take a drive to the highest mountain in the Ionian islands (Ainos-1628 m.) or take part in one of many local festivals and taste local products and the exquisite local wines. An island of endless points of interest. A unique holiday experience.

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Karavomylos Lake in Kefalonia

Karavomylos Lake

This small, circular lake surrounded by greenery, is the arrival site of the water that flows underground from Katavothres. From its starting point at Katavothres, the water travels underground to Melissani Cave where it briefly resurfaces only to continue its journey to Karavomylos. At this point, the water flows through a water wheel and ends up in Karavomylos.

Myrtos beach in Divarata Kefalonia

Myrtos beach in Divarata Kefalonia

Myrtos is widely acknowledged as one of the premier beaches in the world, let alone the Mediterranean. A one-and-a-half mile long expanse of white pebble dramatically set between two limestone cliffs make the setting as unique as it is breathtaking. The bright turquoise of the waters by day, is only rivaled by the fiery colors of the sky at sunset.

Platis Gyalos beach in Argostoli Kefalonia

Platis Gyalos beach in Argostoli

Adjacent to Makris Gialos, and sharing all its main characteristics, Platis gialos is a fine-grain sand beach, fully equipped with all the necessary amenities to make a day at the seashore relaxing and enjoyable. There is something here for everybody, whether it’s swimming, beach volleyball, or simply sunbathing, Platis Gialos caters to all tastes.

Fanari beach in Argostoli Kefalonia

Fanari beach in Argostoli

A little before reaching the St. Theodore lighthouse in Argostoli, one encounters a gold-sand beach with shallow waters. Conveniently situated inside the confines of the capital and across from an organized camping site, this spot is a favorite for many.

Avithos beach in Livatho Kefalonia

Avithos beach in Livatho

Only a few kilometers from Argostoli, Avithos has fine-grain sand surrounded by a range of impressive cliffs. Across the way, one can discern the small island of Dias–a sight beautiful and captivating in its own right.

Ammes beach near the Airport

Ammes beach in Minies

A favorite among locals for its beauty and proximity to Argostoli, Ammes is a sand beach with shallow waters ideal for families with children. Situated near the eastern end of the airport runway, approaching planes can be spotted overhead making for a one-of-a-kind experience.

Antisamos beach in Sami Kefalonia

Antisamos beach in Sami

Antisamos is a white-pebble beach just off the town of Sami. The bay is ensconced in dense woodland, making for a breathtaking juxtaposition of green and blue. This spot rose to notoriety as one of the main filming locations for Captain Corelli’s Mandolin.

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