Sightseeing in Kefalonia

Melissani Lake: Located just a few minutes drive from Agia Efimia. The impressive cave, that covers the lake is 100 meters long and one third of it covers the lake. The lake in some parts is 30 meters deep. Discovered by a team of Austrian divers and opened to the public in 1963.

Assos: Picturesque village built on a magnificent peninsula neck. The visitor is invited to explore the famous 15th century castle. Both the castle and the village provide an outstanding view of the Ionian Archipelago.

Cave Drogarati: It is estimated that exists over 150 million years in Kefalonia. The cave was opened to the public in 1963 and is naturally decorated by rare and beautiful stalagmites and stalactites.

The Beach of Myrtos: It is the most distinctive beach of Kefalonia and is considered as one of the best beaches in the world. It is only ten minutes away by car from Agia Efimia. The beach of Myrtos has been declared a protected area and the only service rendered to the visitor is by a Municipal canteen that offers soft drinks, sandwiches and ice cream.

Sami: It is the earlier capital of the island and the main port of Kefalonia. Many of the scenes of the film of Louis de Bernier ''The mandolin of captain Corelli'' were filmed here.

Monasteries Thematon and Anatolikou (Adeliko) and the Agrilia at Sami: Visit the Byzantine Monasteries surrounded by a unique nature with ideal spots for picnic, stroll and relaxation.

Ainos: Mountain in Kefalonia with an altitude of 1,640 meters, covered with black spruce (rare protected species), home of the famous wild horses were they live here.