The coastal area of the island of Kefalonia is 254 km and with its spectacular beaches that are among the largest, picturesque and clean in all Greece. The coasts of Kefalonia offer a true paradise for lovers of sandy beaches and no shortage of beautiful bays ideal for snorkeling.
Agia Efimia is a coastal picturesque village that lies around the natural bay and it is home to a small and lovely port where fishing and excursion boats moor.
The historic harbour village of Fiskardo is one of the most beautiful – and popular – parts of Kefalonia.
Sami is the second largest port of Kefalonia, after Argostoli. The modern village is built close to ancient Sami, one of the most important archeological discoveries of Kefalonia
As the largest island in the Ionian Sea, with a rich history and interesting geomorphology, there is definitely a lot to see in Kefalonia.
Kefalonia’s history begins from the Mesolithic period and during the years that passed, it met aspiring conquerors and settlers.
Seven islands on the west coast of Greece, including Lefkas, Kefalonia, Zakynthos and Corfu, with a very traditional cuisine.
Greece has an old tradition regarding fishing, cooking and eating fish and seafood dishes.
The only list you’ll need for the best food locations in Kefalonia.