Kefalonia, Greece Travel Guide Kefalonia is the largest of the Ionian Islands and the sixth largest of the Greek Islands. It offers dramatic scenery and attracts the more discerning holidaymaker. Kefalonia’s picturesque inlets and bays have carved its unusual shape. The island’s northern coastline features pebbled beaches and rugged cliffs while in the south long stretches of sand attract sunshine and beach lovers.
Table of Contents:
Kefalonia - Culture - Location & Orientation - Climate & When to Visit - Sightseeing Highlights - Archaeological Museum of Argostoli (Kefalonia Museum) - Melissani Cave - Glass Bottom Boat Tour - Drogarati Cave - Argostoli Lighthouse & Katavothres - Argostoli Lighthouse - Katavothres - Monastery of Kipoureon - Castle of Saint George - History & Folklore Museum of Argostoli - Koutavos Lagoon - Three Island Cruise - Skala Beach & Town - Recommendations for the Budget Traveller - Places to Stay - Asta la Vista Mezonetes by the Sea - Dioni Studios & Apartments - Alexatos Studios & Apartments - Star Villas Apartments - Ventura Rooms - Places to Eat & Drink - Acropolis - Kaliva - Taverna To Pefko - Polyphemus - Tselentis - Places to Shop - Down the Rabbit Hole - Pantazatos Supermarket & Delicatessen - Robola Cooperative Factory Shop - G G Garbis - Olive Press Gift Shop