Kefalonia is a large island with so many things to do! I’ve been several times since Stef’s nonna (godmother) lives there. Everytime, there is is something new to discover. It is the only island with a mountain range (filled with wild horses). There are beaches of every type catering to every beach style. Myrtos is the most famous, a stretch of white sand and pebbles bordered by steep limestone cliffs. The fishing villages, natural caves, historic villages, churches, small bays, nightlife, big busy squares and expansive promenades all add to the island experience here.
The abandoned earthquake villages of Kefalonia are ghost towns anyone can freely explore. They are a fascinating...Continue Reading
I didn’t think I’d even catch a glimpse of the famous wild horses of Kefalonia. Turns...Continue Reading
The Petani Bay Hotel in Kefalonia is tucked in a secluded corner of the island complete...Continue Reading
During a September afternoon that couldn’t decide on rain or sunshine, I found myself at Trapezaki...Continue Reading
Makris Gialos Beach in Kefalonia is one of the best beaches you can visit on the...Continue Reading