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Kefalonia’s stunning beaches are among the most photographed in the world. The largest of the Ionian islands oozes charm on and off the sand, with quaint villages, lush forests and delectable cuisine.
Holidays in Kefalonia offer front row seats to natural wonders and rich culture. Sapphire seas contrast beautifully with the lush greenery of pine, olive and cypress trees. From shopping to dining and museum-hopping, an abundance of activities awaits in enchanting towns. The action doesn’t stop when the sun goes down, with lively tavernas, bars and discos kicking off the party each night.
Blend lazy days on the sand with thrilling activities to get your heart pumping on Kefalonia holidays. Zip across the sparkling seas on a jet ski or hire a sea canoe to explore the coastline. Horse riding tours put you in the heart of mountains and valleys, while scuba diving highlights shipwrecks and mysterious caves. The warm, Mediterranean climate brings plenty of sunny days to enjoy throughout the year.
Guaranteed daily departures throughout the year.
Upon our arrival, one of our representatives will be waiting for you to welcome you, transfer you to the hotel and explain the island a little more.
Kefalonia is referred to by Homer as Same or Samos, a name that derives from Cephalus who became master of the island helped by Host. However, Herodotus is the first to call the island Kefalonia. Kefalonia also preserves the ruins of a Roman city in Cape Escala, to the southeast, probably built in the 1st century and called Cephalenia.
Nowadays it has the Castle of Saint George next to the Livadho plain. To the north you can find remains of a fortress called Asso, which may be the ancient Nesus.
The rest of the day will be free to relax and discover Kefalonia at our own pace. One of the most famous islands of the Ionian archipelago with some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
Day at leisure to enjoy this magnificent island, also known as “Cefalonia”. Among its main attractions are the charming town of Fiskardo, Mirtos beach as well as the mysterious cave of Melissani. The proximity of Kefalonia to the world-famous island of Ithaka, mentioned by Homer in his heroic poem Odyssey, offers a great opportunity for an exciting day trip.
NB: If you think that the time is not enough, you may add extra nights during your booking
At the indicated time, one of our vehicles will drive you to Kefalonia Airport . End of our services