The exotic Kefalonia island is the largest and one of the most beautiful Greek islands of the Ionian group. Kefalonia is a place where mountains plunge to meet the sea. If you’re a sun-seeker, you’ll be rewarded with some of the finest beaches in Greece.
A lovely village on the northernmost side of Kefalonia Island, Fiscardo is spread around a picturesque port. Surrounded by lush greenery, Fiscardo is the only village surviving the severe earthquake that hit Kefalonia in August 1953 and flattened almost the entire island.
During your stay in Kefalonia it will be nice to dedicate an entire day for Myrtos beach. Located in the region of Pylaros, in the north-west of Kefalonia island. Multi awarded, it stands at the top of the list of the best Greek beaches and ranks among the best worldwide.
The Lake Cavern of Melissani is a unique geological phenomenon located 2 km northwest of Sami. The lake is 20m below the surface. Stalactites with an age of 20.000 years and odd shapes adorn most of the cave.
Antisamos beach is arguably one of the most favourable destinations for swimming and sunbathing in Kefalonia. Antisamos distinguishes for its natural beauty that consists of turquoise waters and a marvelous surrounding of green hills and lush vegetation on top of it.