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Obviously there is not much to do in Kyllini, it is mainly a stop over for ferries to and from the Ionian islands. However, I would highly recommend a visit to the castle above the town - absolutely fabulous way to spend a couple of hours if you are waiting for a ferry
Nice, little, picturesque town with a medieval castle, Chlemoutsi Castle (which was actually called Clermont Castle because it was built by the French). There are a lot of hotels and nice places to rent in town and hidden in the olive orchards covered hills. From the Port of Kyllini you can take the ferry to islands like Kefalonia and Zakynthos. On the down side if you want to enjoy Kyllini you must have your own means of transportation (ideally your own car). Friendly people, good prices.
Outstanding beach! Stuff very profesional and familiar! Room dark and outdated! International food , fish very rare and cooked awfull! Nothing to do beside room and restaurant! Away of civilisation and no entertainment!
Place is very quite and not far from the excellent sandy beach, It is better to come by car because there is some places to worth visit (ancient Olympia, small local towns). The owners family is very friendly. The home is enough spacy and comfortable.
An amazing place! A vastly long and wide golden beach with hospitable shallow and crystal clear Ionian waters, surprisingly warm during the August heat, wavy but still crystal clear during that summer month. A wild beauty , destination for caravan lovers, camping goers but also home of two 5 -star hotels.
Beautiful uncrowded sandy beaches nearby, Kyllini itself is a small port town with ferry boats to both Zakinthos and Kefalonia. Good home cooked traditional Greek food in Kastro village with the castle ruins to visit also.
Nice location at seaside, very friendly staff, good sport possibilities, excellent food!