Holidays to Karavados
Anchored among mountains covered in thick swathes of pine forests and lush citrus groves, the resort of Karavados in the south of Kefalonia is what you might call a typical Greek town. It’s compact yet densely populated with traditional red-roofed homes, a church and several tavernas. There are also a couple of beaches tucked away nearby and a ferry port for easy daytrip access to other islands.
A 5 minute drive from Karavados, this sandy beach is made up of 2 coves, one quieter than the other.
Loungers and umbrellas line this sandy beach with its calm waters and family friendly reputation.
Monastery of Agios Gerasimos
This is one of the most important places in Kefalonia and holds the remains of the island's patron saint.
This historical folk museum, though not expansive, is interesting with lots of artefacts from island life.
Sea Kayaking to the Caves
With deep Azure waters and impressive rock formations, there's no better way to explore Kefalonia's caves than by kayak.
Go wine tasting
There are several vineyards and wineries dotted about the island where you can sample produce from the local vines.
Snack on seafood
Enjoy your favourite seafood meal at one of the village’s cosy tavernas. Choose one with an ocean view.
Stop for a brew
There are cosy cafes aplenty in Karavados. Order a strong Greek coffee to drink on a sunny terrace.
Party like a local
Make the 15 minute drive to Lassi to experience a typical Greek night of live music and foot stamping.
This late-night venue comes with a large screen for live sport, fountains plus great cocktails and refreshing beers.
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