Kefalonia is the biggest island of the Eptanisa (Ionian Islands) and the fifth biggest island of Greece.
Geographically, it is situated near the gulf of Patras, north of Zante, south of Lefkas and west of Ithaka.
Kefalonia is a tourist destination that charms every visitor with its unparalleled natural beauty and the variety of its landscapes. Alternating sceneries of mountains, green forests, lush plains, blooming and fragrant gardens, seductive beaches, beautiful gulfs and small ports capture the visitor in a trap of millions of colors and fragrances.
Kefalonia has 365 villages. Beautiful fishing villages, tiny villages perched on green or rocky hillsides, clusters of little houses built in the traditional architecture of the island scattered in clay or gold sand beaches, the variety is endless.
Reaching the villages and the beaches in Kefalonia is easy as all roads are paved with asphalt.
Kefalonia is very clean, hospitable and well groomed. It is not by chance that FORBES magazine has listed Kefalonia as forth in its list of the top 10 BEST IDYLLIC PLACES that offer a good quality of life. In this beautiful environment live the Kefolonites (inhabitants of Kefalonia)…people with a sense of humor, a love for traveling, always friendly and hospitable and restless.