Paliki Peninsula is worth discovering…

Located at the west of Kefalonia island, Paliki’s name comes from the ancient town of Pali, located at the north of Lixouri, now an archaeological site. Paliki, for some was considered to be the Homeric Ithaca… The peninsula is very different from the rest of Kefalonia, with a unique morphology of flat farmland and vineyards, a… Read more

Erasmia’s Restaurant, Petani beach

Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Erasmia’s Restaurant, Petani beach Erasmia restaurant is located just above Petani beach, offering an amazing view of the beach and the beautiful sunset. Enjoy ouzo, fish dishes ( sea bass, local fish, sea food spaghetti and shrimps), there are as well different meat dishes and children friendly options! The staff is… Read more

Petani Beach

Great beach – breath taking sunset! On your day trip around Paliki peninsula, I recommend you spend an afternoon here. Petani is a magnificent beach and it looks a lot like Myrtos (it almost has the same orientation for admiring the beautiful sunset). Located in the beautiful peninsula of Paliki and 13 km away from… Read more