If you are staying at the heart of the island in the Sami or Pylaros regions and want to explore the island or Ithaka without driving taking an excursion is a great way to do it! We can arrange four different excursions that include pick-up and drop-off from convenient locations in Agia Efimia, Karavomylos and… Read more
Would you like to try something new? Are you interested in enhancing your travel experience? Would you like to “taste” Kefalonia in a fun and informative way? Do you dream of perfecting a local dish and then eating your creation with a small like-minded group by the seaside? Would you like to know more about… Read more
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Fiskardo Kayaking What better way to explore, experience and enjoy Fiskardo’s breathtaking Ionian turquoise waters than by kayak. Whether its adventure you seek or just a leisurely paddle, Fiskardo Kayak’s range of kayaks will cater for all needs and levels of experience. Rent a kayak or book a guided tour (extra… Read more
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Ionian Discoveries – e-Bikes Rent an eBike (electric bicycle) and discover secret and unspoilt areas of Erisos, north Kefalonia. From amateur to professional cyclists Ionian e-bikes provides the opportunity to have fun and explore without the use of environmentally unfriendly vehicles. Many itineraries are available The e-bikes that are supplied are… Read more
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Bavarian Horse Riding Stables An amazing experience! Connie, the owner of the Bavarian Horse Riding Stables, is the perfect guide and a great professional. A ride will give you a unique view of Kefalonian nature, you will travel through valleys, hills and woods and you can even swim with the horses!… Read more
Afales is a beautiful bay with breathtaking landscape and turquoise waters at the north of neighbouring Ithaca Island. It consists of numerous unique beaches, some of them accessible by car and some only by boat. The landscape has a wild beauty with steep dramatic cliffs on one side and lush vegetation on the other. Visiting… Read more
Kefalonia Botanica was established in 1998 at the initiative of the Focas-Cosmetatos Foundation. Its original aims were the preservation and display of the wild and endemic plants of Kefalonia and the promotion of environmental issues.
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Wild Nature Expeditions If you want an alternative way to explore the island’s beauties, join this great team offering a wide selection of activities for you: Canoeing, Caving, Hiking, Jeep Safari, Rock Climbing, Star Gazing and Guided Tours. Guided Tours If you don’t hire a car, you don’t like the crowded bus tours… Read more
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Wine and Vineyards Tour Taste unique Kefalonian wines and learn everything about the winemaking, as you move between vineyards and wineries, in an intimate small group (max. 10 people) or private wine tour / excursion. Julia, an expert wine guide and a very friendly lady will provide you with all the… Read more
For an alternative travel experience, contact Makis, the owner and instructor of the Aquatic Diving Center who also runs a water taxi service for trips over to the neighbouring islands of Ithaca and Lefkas. Services operate to Pisaetos and Vathi on Ithaca, as well as Vassiliki on Lefkas. Local services from Aghia Efimia to Fiskardo… Read more
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… In 1982, the growers of the Robola Zone, in order to ensure their income, to protect and at the same time highlight the dynamic of Cephalonian Vineyard, armed with experience and knowledge, founded the Robola Cooperative of Cephalonia which currently comprises of 300 members.
Discover the world of bees with a local beekeeping expert. Don a suit and head into an apiary, where you’ll see an open hive and hold a frame of live bees; conclude your visit with honey tasting. In 2 hours, you’ll see what a honeybee experiences over the course of a lifetime, and what a… Read more
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Donkey Trekking No more then 50 years ago you would have found a donkey in every corner of Kefalonia Used for work up in the mountains, carrying wood, hay, and olives into the villages or grain to the mills. Along with the modernisation of agriculture and forestry the donkeys started to… Read more