About Kefalonia Island

Kefalonia Island is part of the Ionian Islands and one of the prime vacation spots in Greece. It is celebrated for its dramatic scenery combining mountain and sea. The island of contrasts, a mix of mythology and history.
Most visitors have made Kefalonia a yearly trip, and have marked it as an unforgettable destination. In Kefalonia you can enjoy the Greek nature, the fresh sea breeze, the welcoming waters of the Ionian Sea, the traditional Greek cuisine and last the unique Greek hospitality!
Here you will find useful information for sightseeing tours, the best beaches and everything you need to make your accommodation in Kefalonia unforgettable.

Myrtos Beach

It is considered as the most famous beach in Kefalonia. The beach has a blue flag every year and it is in the top ten beaches in Europe.
From the road above you have the most stunning view of the beach, known for the contrast of the white pebble and the shades of blue that the currents create in the sea with the dark green of the area.

Melissani Lake

An absolutely “must see” in village Karavomilos.
Crystal clear waters and unique geophysical sculptures, seen from a boat that guides you throught the entire lake.
An unforgetable experience.

Skala Beach

Skala beach is 3 klms long, with different places to explore, with areas with fine sand and others with small rocks with absolutely beautiful colours.
You can also find scuba diving, watersports and other things to keep you occupied.

Antisamos Beach

Antisamos beach, near Sami, is one of the best beaches of Kefalonia.
It is a beautiful pebble beach with turquoise waters, surrounded by impressive verdant hills.
Thousands of visitors are attracted every summer by the natural beauty of the place.

Drogarati Cave

The cave is dated more than 100 million years.It’s concidered one of the most beautiful caves in Greece.
The acoustics is unbelievable and from time to time concerts take place in it. Also a “not to miss” sight, near village Chaliotata.

Fiskardo Village

At the northern end of the island, maybe the most graphic landscape in Greece.
Thousands of yaghts visit this amazing bay every year.
Also surrounded by an amazing scenery.