Find out useful information on how to organize your travel to Kefalonia.
Because of its large size, Kefalonia island has many tourist places with a wide variety of accommodation. The larger towns, Argostoli and Lixouri, have nice city hotels, but the majority of accommodation is concentrated in the coastal regions. On the southern side, Skala, Sami, Lourdas, Lassi and Svoronata have many hotels in close distance to the beach.
Most accommodations on the northern side are found in Fiscardo and Assos, while nice places to stay in the peninsula of Lixouri is the beach of Xi. Generally accommodations in Kefalonia are family and traditional venues. Few resorts have upscale facilities, like pools, jacuzzi and spa treatments. Nice private villas with view to the Ionian Sea are also found, particularly in the region between Skala and Poros.
Things to see and do
The island of Kefalonia, in Greece, is one of the Greek islands of the Ionian Sea and it belongs to the Ionian islands group. The largest of the Ionian islands, located between Lefkada and Zante, Kefalonia island provides a wonderful place for family vacations. The exotic beaches are probably the top reason to visit Kefalonia Greece, with the crystal blue water and the relaxing atmosphere. Myrtos, Antisamos, Lourdas and Skala are the nicest beaches, however visitors will also find numerous other gorgeous places to swim. Fiscardo, Argostoli and Assos are fine villages to walk around with traditional architecture, cosmopolitan style and delicious restaurants.
Interesting sightseeings on this Greek island include the cave of Drogarati with the interesting stalactites and stalagmites, the lake cave of Melissani, the Medieval Castles of Saint George and Assos and the lovely monasteries scattered in the inland. On the southern part is Mount Ainos with the distinctive dark fir forest that has been declared National Park. This guide of Kefalonia offers all useful information about vacations there. Due to its location, holidays in Kefalonia can be combined with other Greek islands, including Lefkada, Corfu, Ithaca and Zante.