Holidays to Spartia
Situated on the south west side of Kefalonia, this authentic Greek village is characterised by its rustic streets, traditional tavernas, pretty whitewashed buildings and a go-slow spirit. About 10 minutes from the coast, this quaint hillside spot features tavernas and a mini market and benefits from close proximity to Argostoli, which is about 15 minutes away and offers bars, restaurants and bustling markets.
With warm and crystal clear waters, this beach features rocky enclaves and pools, as well as a few tavernas at the back.
This long and sandy beach boasts watersports, sunbeds and umbrellas and is about a 15 minute drive away.
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.
Dine in Argostoli
Head to the main square in nearby Argostoli and take your pick from the many cafés, bars and restaurants.
Made using a mixture of veal, lamb and spices, this delicious meat pie is a local's favourite.
A night in Lassi
Located about 20 minutes away, this charismatic spot offers everything from laidback lounges to karaoke bars.
Despite being a rather sleepy town, Spartia offers a small range of bars and tavernas to enjoy from the early evening.
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