Here you can find 5 of my favourite easy walks on Kefalonia island to enjoy with your family or friends. Low season is ideal time to explore, when the temperatures are cooler, there are more flowers, birds and less people of course! Assos Village to the Venetian Castle From the charming village of Assos take… Read more
Porto Atheras Beach is located approximately 14km north of Lixouri on the Paliki Peninsula, and is easily reachable by car, or by foot from Atheras village – at about a distance of 3.2km. On the journey down to the beach, winding through the traditional village roads of Atheras, stop and admire the stunning, unspoilt views… Read more
July and August are the busiest months on the island of Kefalonia, the heat is often too intense for rigorous activities, and total seclusion becomes impossible. I would suggest that if you are able to visit us in the low season you could take advantage of lower costs and a more peaceful holiday! In some… Read more
Koutsoupia beach and trail departing from Antisamos beach. Koutsoupia beach is located in the eastern part of Kefalonia, along the coastline between Antisamos and Poros. It can only be reached by boat or on foot (approx 3 hours, one way) through a very beautiful trail (photos of the route you can see on the following… Read more
There are some places that are memorable! This eastern coast of Paliki peninsula is a breathtaking sight ! Turquoise waters, amazing dramatic coastline, unique scenery, all combined create a magical environment that you should not miss while travelling to Kefalonia. Can be visited by boat or on foot, there is no road access to it! I… Read more
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
Magic! Mountain Ainos, located 30 km from Argostoli, known as Monte Nero (Black Mountain) during the Venetian period due to thick forestation of the dark Kefalonian Fir tree (Abies Cephalonica), is the tallest mountain of the Ionian islands with an elevation of 1,628 metres (5,341 ft).