All posts tagged South Kefalonia

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Farsa

Farsa is a village just outside Argostoli. This traditional village paints a nostalgic picture of the “old Kefalonia”, as much has remained unchanged over time.

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Trapezaki Beach

Mousata village is on the Argostoli – Poros main road. Keep a lookout for the signs leading to Trapezaki–an amazing sandy beach surrounded by pine trees. Even though this is an organized beach with sunbeds and umbrellas, there is plenty of open space available for you to enjoy the sun and sea on your own. Trapezaki has warm, shallow waters, and is ideal for families with children.

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Platis Yialos Beach

Platis Yialos, which is adjacent to Makris Yialos, is a smaller but equally beautiful beach. Sunbeds, umbrellas and a snack bar are available on site.

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Minies Beach

Minies is a sand beach located just 5 km outside the capital, Argostoli. This is an organized beach, so you will find sunbeds, umbrellas, and a snack bar.

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Makris Yialos

Makris Yialos, with its fine golden sand, is easily accessible and only 4 km from the capital, Argostoli. This beach likely offers the most amenities, making it the ideal choice for those wishing to combine entertainment, relaxation and recreation–aside from sunbeds, umbrellas, and beach bars, Makris Yialos boasts a beach volleyball court, a specially-designated beach racket-ball zone, as well as facilities and equipment for a variety of water sports.

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Lourdas Beach

The seaside village of Lourdata boasts the scenic white sand and pebble beach Lourdas. Sunbeds and umbrellas are usually available, and for the epicurean traveler, the coastal zone is lined with taverns and restaurants.

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Fanari Beach

Fanari is a family-friendly beach with shallow waters. Ideal for small children.

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Avithos Beach

Avithos Beach–a red sandy coast whose expanse is divided in two by a large rock formation–is located at the end of the village of Kalligata in the Livathos area. The water here is relatively shallow, making it a family-friendly environment. Here you will find taverns, a cafe, a snack bar, as well as sunbeds and umbrellas for hire.

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Ai Helis Beach

Ai-Helis is a lovely beach made accessible to visitors by way of a few steps carved into the adjacent mountain. This is considered an ideal spot for beach volleyball enthusiasts, and is complete with sunbeds, umbrellas and a snack bar.

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Trapezaki beach

Mousata village is on the Argostoli – Poros main road. Keep a lookout for the signs leading to Trapezaki–an amazing sandy beach surrounded by pine trees. Even though this is an organized beach with sunbeds and umbrellas, there is plenty of open space available for you to enjoy the sun and sea on your own. Trapezaki has warm, shallow waters, and is ideal for families with children.

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