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Kefallonia, made famous as the setting for Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, is one of the most beautiful villa holiday settings in the Ionian Sea. With its supremely panoramic views from the towering Mount Enos, Kefallonia reveals a glimpse of paradise at every turn. From churches and monasteries perched precariously on cliff tops to secluded sandy coves and timeless, untouched villages – you’ll find an abundance of spectacular scenery, traditional tavernas, perfumed pine forests, stunning white beaches and warm, friendly Greek island hospitality.
Native to Kefallonia are some of the best beaches in the Greek Islands, with waters considered amongst the cleanest in the world.
Explore the picturesque golden sandy shores and vertical cliffs in the north of Kefallonia island on your holiday. Secluded sandy coves offer beautiful views over small bays to the west, while many of Kefallonia’s Blue Flag beaches offer clean, well-organised facilities ideal for a family holiday. Drive around the coast, especially the east, and stumble across small beaches scattered amongst rocks and trees, under the main coastal road. Much of the busy nightlife in Kefallonia is concentrated in the main holiday town of Argostoli. The central square is lined with many restaurants, cafes and bars, and on a hot, balmy summer night local people take their traditional evening walk here. Kefallonia’s larger harbour side resorts also offer bustling entertainment, including traditional dancing and live Greek music – a good way to observe the Kefallonia way of life on your villa holiday. In the smaller, more rural villages you’ll find local tavernas and nightspots offering a quieter, relaxing and romantic evening retreat.
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