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On your holidays to Kefalonia you will experience an island of magnificent landscapes, countless bays and inlets and sandy deserted beaches, pine forests, mountains, charming fishing villages and excellent wines. It is rich in culture and history, boasting beautiful orthodox churches, archaeological ruins and Venetian castles. Choose a holiday to Kefalonia If want a truly authentic flavour of Greece.
Myrtos is the most famous beach on Kefalonia. It is a beautiful golden sandy beach surrounded by vertical rock cliffs. The appeal of Kefalonia lies in the amount of interesting places there are to visit with the towns of Fiskardo, Skala and Argostoli renowned for their excellent tavernas, restaurants and waterside bars. Don’t miss the short ferry crossing to Ithaka, an island which has not changed for centuries, and home to Homers fabled Odysseus.
Whatever type of holiday in Kefalonia you are trying to find, a beautiful beach, clear seas, rugged mountains, lush green valleys or amazing views - you will find it all on the island of Kefalonia. The famous book and the subsequent film Captain Corelli’s Mandolin’ were set on Kefalonia.
A holiday to Kefalonia offers a multitude of historic and natural attractions. One of the best places to visit is the caves at Melissani where an underground lake reflects a beautiful shifting pattern of colours. Another marvel is the 'swallow holes' where visitors are left spellbound at the sight of seawater performing a disappearing act through the rock. Those interested in history can explore the fascinating archaeological and folk art museums, where something of the past still remains preserved amidst the remains of the beautiful ancient city of Argostoli which was destroyed by an earthquake in 1953. The island's main town, Lixouri is rich in scenic beauty. It is situated close to the south coast where the best beaches are to be found, Mirtos the most famous among them is a major tourist attraction.