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Our Must-Visit List

Myrtos beach is the trademark for Kefalonia. It is one of the most famous beaches of the island, if not the most famous. It is located in the northern part of

Kefalonia, belongs to the municipality of Pylairos and is 8 km from Agia Efimia, 3 km from the village of Divarata, and about 30 km from Argostoli.

This particular beach has been awarded many times internationally (and not unfairly) and is awarded every year with the Blue Flag of the Greek National Tourism Organization. The landscape from above is unprecedented, green rocks that end up on a pretty long white pebble beach.

And when one gets down and confronts the endless blue, he is charmed. It is the sea where you have to swim. Its blue-green waters, with or without a wave, will make your bathroom unforgettable and you will not resist - you will take many photos.

Argostoli

The capital of Kefalonia is the beautiful Argostoli with a population of about 10,000 inhabitants.
The city is surrounded by low and rich in vegetation hills and is located in the middle of the bay which is a natural harbor - one of the safest in the Mediterranean.

At the edge of the bay next to Argostoli you find the Koutavos Lagoon, with the lush vegetation and the forest with the towering eucalyptus.

Visiting Kefalonia and Argostoli, do not miss to see the historic Bridge of Argostoli, known as the Devetos Bridge. It is the largest stone bridge on the sea.
In the middle of it is adorned with a quadrilateral obelisk a four-letter inscription, commemorating the construction of the bridge. Until today it retains its grandeur and remains the visible boundary between the sea and the lagoon of Kutabo.