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.
The cave is dated more than 100 million years. It's concidered one of the most beautiful caves in Greece. The acoustics is unique and from time to time concerts take place in it. Also a "not to miss" sight, near village Chaliotata.
Words cannot describe how awesome this majestic mountain is. Black pine trees, fresh air and a breathtaking view, suggest an experience few people have the privilege to live. Become a part of nature's magic.
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 waves create in the sea with the dark green of the area...
Assos is a small and picturesque fishing village 25 kilometers away from Sami. It is known for its imposing 16th century Venetian fortress. The fortress was built in 1585, when Assos became the capital of the northern part of the island, and it is a typical masterpiece of the Renaissance architecture. Today, one can still see the ruins of the walls, the house of the Venetian chief-master, military buildings and St Marco's church.
Sami is the ideal place to settle and organize your excursions. Either you have a car or not, you will find so many things that are worth to pay a visit. You will find a variety of shops, atm machines, super markets and taverns serving local wine and excellent fresh fish. Everything you need is just a few minutes away. Sami also has a Health Center operating 24hrs in any case of emergency.
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.
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.
Skala is located at the south - east corner of the island. Besides of the beautiful scenery and the long sandy fully organized beach, here you can also find everything you need from a variety of banks, supermarkets, caffe's, bars and restaurants, pharmacies and many more.
Agia Efimia is one of the most traditional and picturesque villages in Kefalonia. It is considered an ideal place to start your trips around the island, but also one of the most attractive ports opposite Ithaca. In the summertime many sailing boats gather here to find supplies and a good rest from the more frequented places of the Ionian. Agia Efimia consists of a collection of tranquil bays with beautiful pebble beaches.
Argostoli is situated at the southern part of the island and its the capital of Cephalonia since 1797. It is built amphitheatrically at the heart of the deep golf of Koutavos and it has a well organised port. It is the biggest town of the island with rich trade activity, a town that looks to the sea. The architecture is influenced by all the Ionian elements where overmaster the red roofs and wide terraces. Its town planning is modern with large streets and many roads for pedestrians.
Lixouri is the second biggest town of the island. It is situated at the south-western part of the island, in front of Argostoli and the two of them are connected with a ferry boat. Lixouri was called "piccolo Parigi"- small Paris - because of a small river that divides the town in two parts, like Sicuana divides Paris. This nick name though comes true because of the intense cultural activity of the town. Protector Saint of the town is the famous local author and poet, Andreas Leskaratos, whose statue overmasters the coastal avenue with its back turned to Argostoli.