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This large beach and its beautiful blue waters was in my opinion the best place in Kefalonia. Although the water is quite wavy at times, one can enjoy the beach pretty well. Also, the sights from above are spectacular.
This is the most famous beach in Kefalonia. It features in all the advertising for the island. It is truly stunning. However, there is a downside to this beach. At times it does have a dangerous rip tide/current that can sweep you out to sea....More
My family and I visited the beach today. We were so excited to go there since all the reviews we read say it’s worth it.
When we arrived there we were very disappointed. The water was blue but dirty, no sun beds or bars.
We were stating close to Myrtos beach so had to visit. We had seen it on our way to our villa from the coastal road and from this height you can see the clear turquoise water really clearly. The road down to the beach is...More
Myself and my partner visited after hiring a car, as we had been told by reps and other people its the best beach on the island. When we drove the views were breathtaking, even on a slightly cloudy day. However, I couldn't agree more that...More
This is one of the most beautiful beaches I’ve ever seen. From above. We descended the windy road to take us down and were waved on by a parking attendant even though we’d found a free spot behind some other cars not far from the...More
Visited today. We arrived at 8:30 and we had the place to ourselves. The beach is pebbly as is the entry / exit to the sea so it is quite hard and difficult to walk on in bare feet. Sea shoes are a must. The...More
under the terrible reviews Craig Ts review is hilarious and spot on. I nearly drowned within seconds of entering the water, the wave knocked me over in knee high water and I could not get back up the waves were relentless when I was 'rescued'...More