Featured properties on Kefalonia

  • $70

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    Olive Bay Hotel, Agia Efimia

    Olive Bay Hotel

    Agia Efimia

    9.4 Wonderful 151 reviews
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  • $92

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    Waterside Apartments, Agia Efimia
    9.2 Wonderful 102 reviews
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  • $70

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    Konstantinos Apartments, Agia Efimia
    9.1 Wonderful 149 reviews
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  • Dogis Resort

    Agia Efimia

    9.6 Exceptional 36 reviews
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  • $76

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    Afrodite Apartments, Agia Efimia
    8.4 Very Good 104 reviews
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  • $115

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    Fotini, Agia Efimia

    Fotini 3 stars

    Agia Efimia

    9.4 Wonderful 46 reviews
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Kefalonia Highlights

Myrtos Beach
Repeatedly voted Greece’s best beach, Myrtos’ gorgeous turquoise hues and white sands are sheltered by steep cliffs and lush greenery.
Assos Village
Assos sits on a picturesque peninsula and offers a scenic location, a Venetian castle and charming tavernas scattered along the water’s edge.
The village of Fiskardo
Built around a pretty harbour, Fiskardo maintains its original Venetian design and is home to a marina full of luxury yachts.
Melissani Cave
Melissani Cave’s water-filled chambers include one filled with stalactites and another which floods with light around noon, creating stunning effects on the turquoise depths.
Saint Theodoroi's Lighthouse
Built in 1828, this Doric-style Lighthouse features an 8-metre-high tower in its centre. It was rebuilt after the earthquake of 1953.
Saint Gerasimos Monastery
Saint Gerasimos is the island’s patron saint and was believed to cure locals from illness. His remains are housed in this 16th-century monastery.
Antisamos Beach
With lush vegetation scrambling down to its stunningly clear waters, it’s no wonder Antisamos featured in scenes of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin.
Drogarati Cave
This 60-metre cave filled with stalactites and stalagmites is said to be 150 million years old. Its great acoustics make it an ideal concert venue.
Castle of Saint George
Built by the Byzantines in the 12th century, this polygonal-shaped town was once the island’s capital.
Petanoi Beach
A popular spot to watch the sun set, this beautiful beach’s 600 metres of white sands sit between dazzling blue waters and charming tavernas.

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