Exploring The Island Of Kefalonia

Where To Visit

Melissani Caves

The cave, located near the town of Sami, is famous for its underground lake, whose crystal-clear turquoise waters create a surreal and enchanting environment.

What makes the Melissani Cave truly extraordinary is its partially collapsed roof, allowing sunlight to stream into the cave and illuminate the water.

Visitors have the opportunity to explore the cave by taking a short boat ride, during which you will learn about the caves history by the local guides.

Whether you're a nature enthusiast, a photographer, or simply someone seeking a moment of tranquility, Melissani Cave is sure to leave a lasting impression and provide an unforgettable highlight to your visit to Kefalonia.


Located along the eastern coast of Kefalonia, Sami is a working port town (the second largest on the island after Argistoli), full of culture and history - famous for being the town where Captain Corelli's Mandolin was filmed.

The town is surrounded by beautiful green hills and mountains. Sami is not just a place of scenic beauty; it also holds historical significance. The archaeological site of Ancient Sami, located nearby, provides a glimpse into the island's past with remnants of Roman and Byzantine structures. Stop by the beautiful town of Sami after exploring the nearby Melissani caves.

Myrtos Beach

Renowned for its mesmerizing turquoise waters, powdery white pebble shore, and dramatic cliffside surroundings, Myrtos Beach stands as one of the most iconic and picturesque beaches in the Mediterranean.

The beach is nestled between two towering cliffs, forming a natural amphitheater that enhances the sense of seclusion and tranquility. A must visit during your stay in Kefalonia.


Argostoli, the capital and largest town of Kefalonia, Greece, is a vibrant and charming destination. Nestled on the western side of the island, Argostoli is known for its picturesque waterfront, lively atmosphere, and cultural attractions.

You can also visit the Koutavos Lagoon, located near Argostoli, which is a tranquil natural reserve where you can take leisurely walks along the waterfront and observe the diverse birdlife.

Where To Eat


Located minutes from the beach, Anemos in Skala serves up fabulous, authentic Greek cuisine, all whilst enjoying spectacular sea views.