Discover the famous cave lake of Melissani and see this priceless miracle of nature. Melissani was the cave of the Nymphs. It is part of a famous hydro-geological phenomenon, seawater is sucked in the west part of the island of Kefalonia, near Argostoli, and expelled into the bay of Sami. It was rediscovered in 1952.
Photo-stop and take in the wonderful views of Myrtos Bay. Myrtos is situated in the west part of the island. It is described as the most dramatic beach in Greece, it has dazzling white pebbles and a unique colour of light blue. It has won many awards, especially “the best Greek beach award” 12 times. Myrtos was also used in the film “Captain Corelli’s mandolin”, for the scene of the main explosion.
Time for coffee at Assos village where one of the finest examples of Venetian castles in Greece has cast its shadow over the village for centuries. Heading to Fiscardo in the far north of the island. Ideal for visitors who want to experience how Kefalonia’s towns looked like in the past. Famous for its unique architectural style and its cosmopolitan seaside.