Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Stis Marias, Peratata At Peratata (the village on the main road below Saint George’s Castle) Maria and Andreas will give you a warm welcome to “Stis Marias”. A family environment with a variety of freshly prepared traditional Greek dishes, with good vegetarian choices. Contact Info Please mention Kefalonia By Anna when… Read more
This is an experience not to be missed! I had the luck to take this stunning 3 day cruise on one of the most beautiful boats, touring around the breathtaking islands of the Ionian Greek sea! (the cruise could be arranged as a full experience or combined with some land accommodation for a longer holiday)… Read more
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Odysseus Zoo Land, Sami Roam through the most important moments of Odyssey in the natural landscape of the park. Get to know some rare animals and birds, like the black pig (which is endangered), the unique horses of Ainos, the royal deer and many other animals of the region. So follow… Read more
Phenomenal! Melissani Lake opened to the public in 1963 and is located northwest of Sami village near Karavomylos. The cavern caved in several thousand years ago creating an amazing sight. Although the cave is about 500m from the sea its water level is a meter higher than sea level, and the brackish water rises from a… Read more
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Fishing Tourism Kefalonia “Dimitrios-Efthimia” Welcome Aboard!! Join and enjoy an unforgettable fishing cruise with your family or friends!! The hospitable fishing boat “Dimitrios-Efthimia” departs from Katelios harbour at 8:00a.m heading for the fishplace where we will have to chance to experience traditional fishing with nets or longline. If you like you… Read more
If you are visiting, or staying in, Argostoli and are looking for somewhere to relax, swim or picnic one of these three idyllic beaches maybe just what you’re looking for! You can walk or drive between the beaches : Fanari to Kalamia – walking approx. 43 min (3.4 km), driving approx. 8 min (3.4 km)… Read more
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Amalia Restaurant, Kefalonia’s Cuisine Since 2001 Kate, Cristoforos and Foteini, the chefs, the children, Amalia, Vaggelis and Dionysis and their friendly staff has been serving home made traditional food in a relaxing family environment. Situated on the coastal road in Agia Efimia Bay, it’s one of the most authentic traditional taverns… 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
Kefalonia is among the most popular family destinations in Greece, ideal for kids of all ages! It’s beauty, history, various myths, numerous rare geological phenomena and archeological sites create a fairy tale destination that can satisfy even the most demanding child! Unique beaches, sandy or pebbled, ideal for snorkelling and playing, offering a variety of… Read more
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Kefalonia Horse Riding Stable Pantelis Deftereos is the owner and manager of the stable. From a young age, he has been involved with horses, caring for them, training them and riding. Horses are his passion, his hobby and his life. Since the early 2000’s he has devoted much of his time to training and retraining horses with problematic… Read more
“Faros” trail is one of the three walking trails in Fiskardo that were recently organised by “Asteris” club along with the Panhellenic “Greece’s Paths” team. Total Length: 850 meters Estimated Time: 30 minutes
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Aqua Park At the Ionian Sea Hotel you will find an aqua park where you can have fun at the 5 spectacular waterslides (1 family, 2 open tubes, 2 closed tubes) from 10:00am to 18:00pm every day! Other children’s activities here include: mini club (4-12 y.o), a soccer court, a tennis court… Read more
7 Day Family Itinerary Combine quality family time together with fun and make some unforgettable memories! This itinerary is especially created with family based activities in mind. It is ideal for travellers with children that are looking for some stress free time connecting with their family whilst exploring the island. The itinerary is by no means… Read more
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Captain Nikolas Taverna, Vatsa Captain Nikolas is located a few meters before Vatsa beach, 41 km from Agia Efimia and 5 km from Xi beach. It is a family run taverna serving hand made meals cooked with love and care. Some of the ingredients are from their vegetable garden, that you can… Read more
Relax under the olive trees Foki is 1.5km from Fiskardo village (accessible by foot) in the region of Erissos. The name comes from the frequent appearance of the monk seal (Fokia in Greek) Monachus Monachus. The beach is not organized and is ideal for those who love shade, tranquillity and pebbly beaches.
Great choice for a family! Vatsa beach is located 9 km from Lixouri and 5 km from Xi beach. It is a little untouched sandy bay with shallow waters and a small river which merges into the sea and can easily be crossed by a pontoon bridge, a great game for kids!
A Dreamy Location! 8km from Agia Efimia and just 1km from Sami village, the traveller can visit Karavomylos Lake. According to scientists, Karavomylos is part of strange geological phenomena observed in Kefalonia: researchers have found that the waters from Katavothres on the western side of the island, end up here after traversing underground Kefalonia and mixed with… Read more
Endless sand! Skala sits on the southern tip of Kefalonia 37km from Argostoli in the region of Elios-Pronnoi. It is known for its beautiful 3km long sandy beach and its crystal clear waters. It has developed into an important and lively tourist area over recent years offering something for everyone!
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