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About Kefalonia

Kefalonia is a large island with many beautiful and contrasting places that fascinate the visitor.
Under its imposing Mount Ainos with its unique pine trees, theenchanting shores of the island stretch out with golden sandy beachesthat are unforgettable to those who visit them.
The dense road network designed at the time of the British rule allows the traveler to know the island. The variety and interchange of the scenery, with its lush vegetation and wild beauty impress the visitor.
The towns and villages have come alive again following the disastrous earthquake of 1953 that had raged everything to the ground. At its northernmost past, the older settlements have withstood the fury of the earthquake, therefore the past is joined with the present. Buildings of rare architecture show the beauty of another era.
In order to discover all these strange and beautiful spots, one should know which places to visit, where to taste the delicious Kefalonian food, where to entertain and what to buy from the beautiful shops of the island.

During the summer, many cultural activities and public feasts take place in different villages of the island. In Argostoli, you can attend performances of the Kefalonian Amateur Theatre, which are quite remarkable. Also singnificant is the Music Choral Festival taking place at the end of August. Choirs from all parts of Greece and Europe present a unique spectacle.
An important part is also played by our public feasts which will entertain you with our Kefalonian cheerfulness and our local dances. First, we begin with Saint Elias public feast on July 20th in Razata. Then, follows the public feast of Saint Ann in Lakythra on July 25th, of Saint Paraskevi on July 26th in Xerizomeno, and of Saint Pandeleimon on July 27th in Kondogourata.
On august 11th, we have the public feast of Saint Spyridon in an eave-like little church in Kourouklata.
Then follows the great public feast of Our Lady on August 15th with the strange little snakes in Markopoulo and of Saint Gerasimos on August 16th. On August 19th and 20th, you can have fun and get drunk on the excellent wine , at the Wine festival which takes place in Frangata. Then, follows the public feast of Our Lady of Lamia on September 8th in Dilinata. On the same day is the public feast of Our Lady of Platytera in the colorful Monastery of Paliohersos in Erisos. And we finish with the public feast of Saint Gerasimos on 20th of October.

For the Visitor of Kefalonia

Unveiling the Idyllic Charms of Greece's Gem

Nestled in the azure waters of the Ionian Sea, Kefalonia Island beckons travelers with its natural splendor, rich history, and warm Greek hospitality. This hidden gem, known for its pristine beaches, lush landscapes, and picturesque villages, offers an unforgettable escape from the ordinary. In this article, we invite you to embark on a journey through Kefalonia's enchanting treasures, exploring its captivating attractions, indulging in its delectable cuisine, and immersing yourself in the island's vibrant culture.

  1. Breathtaking Beaches:
    Kefalonia boasts an array of breathtaking beaches that rival the beauty of any tropical paradise. From the famous Myrtos Beach, with its dramatic cliffs and crystal-clear turquoise waters, to the secluded beauty of Xi Beach, renowned for its unique reddish sand, each coastal gem offers a slice of paradise. Embrace the sun's warm embrace as you relax on the golden sands, take a dip in the inviting waters, and marvel at the natural beauty that surrounds you.

  2. Explore Nature's Marvels:
    Nature enthusiasts will find solace in Kefalonia's diverse and pristine landscapes. Embark on an adventure to Mount Ainos National Park, home to the island's highest peak. Hike through dense forests, discover rare flora and fauna, and savor panoramic vistas of Kefalonia and the surrounding islands. Don't miss the opportunity to explore the enchanting Melissani Cave, where a subterranean lake dazzles with its ethereal turquoise hues.

  3. Historical and Cultural Treasures:
    Delve into the island's rich history and immerse yourself in its vibrant culture. Visit the historic St. George's Castle, perched atop a hill near Peratata, and trace the remnants of the island's Venetian past. Explore the charming villages of Assos and Fiskardo, adorned with colorful buildings and lined with quaint cafes and tavernas. Experience traditional Greek hospitality as you stroll through the bustling capital of Argostoli, where vibrant markets, museums, and lively squares await.

  4. Culinary Delights:
    No visit to Kefalonia would be complete without indulging in its mouthwatering cuisine. Sample the island's culinary treasures, such as the savory Kefalonian meat pie, the delightful local cheese, and the exquisite Robola wine produced from indigenous vineyards. Dine in traditional tavernas and waterfront restaurants, savoring the flavors of fresh seafood and local delicacies while enjoying breathtaking views of the sea.

Kefalonia Island stands as a testament to the unparalleled beauty and charm of Greece. From its idyllic beaches to its vibrant culture, this hidden paradise offers an array of experiences that will leave a lasting impression. Whether you seek relaxation, exploration, or a blend of both, Kefalonia promises an unforgettable journey. So, pack your bags, embrace the island's warm embrace, and prepare to create lifelong memories on this enchanting Greek island.


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