Kefalonia

Kefalonia

Kefalonia is an island in the Ionian Sea, west of mainland Greece. It's marked by sandy coves and dry rugged landscapes. Its capital, Argostoli, is built on a hillside overlooking a narrow harbor. Kefalonia's indented coastline is made up of limestone cliffs, bays and short strips of white sand, like Myrtos Beach in the north. Many beaches are only accessible on foot or via narrow twisting roads.

Katelios

Katelios

Katelios is a traditional fishing village with a sandy bay situated approximately 30km from the islands capital Argostoli.  It is one of the most relaxing places on the island and is ideal for families, couples and friends that want to swim, dream, relax and eat beautiful seafood and local produce in laid back  local tavernas on situated on the waters edge.

Kefalonia beaches

Beaches

The nearest beach of Katelios is 900m and within 10 mins walk or 2 mins by car, sun loungers and parasols are available for hire, beach tavernas are situated on the waters edge for lunchtime snacks and scrumptious evening meals. The famous Caretta beach is a five minute car journey with many more sandy coves and beaches close by ready to be discovered by either hiring a small motor boat for the day or jumping in the car to explore.

Places to Visit

Places To Visit

There are so many places to visit and explore on Kefalonia.  One visit will merely taste your appetite for what it has to offer.  The island is unspoilt, relaxed and very low key.  Secluded beaches around every corner that can be discovered by little motor boat, azure blue waters hidden down country tracks filled with wild flowers.

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