- Island Tour
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Last updated: 07/01/2007
Kefalonia is the largest island of the Ionian Sea and one of the greatest island to explore taking in the highlights of Kefalonia.
Kefalonia is the largest island of the Ionian Sea and one of the greatest island to explore taking in the highlights of Kefalonia. The first visit of the day is at Drogarati Cave, one of the islands most spectacular caves and once a venue for classical concerts. Here we have time to explore the cave and have our morning coffee break. Next we go to Karavolimos Lake, a chance to stroll around the lake and take photos looking over to Ithaca and Sami. Just a short distance away is Melissani Lake, a mystical underground lake where boatmen wait to row you around the lake that was once home to gods and nymphs. It is in this lake, the lake Karavomilos and the bay of Sami that the water of the sea, swallowed in Katavothres Argostoli reappears. Just a short distance along the coast is the small town and port of Agia Efimia, situated around its natural harbour area with plenty of quayside tavern's to select for your lunches. After lunch we head northwards towards the village of Fiskardo, stopping en-route to see the magnificent world famous Myrtos Beach & Bay lapped by clear blue waters and lying before a breathtaking backdrop of cliffs, one of the most photographed places in Greece. Fiskardo, our final stop of the day is situated at the most northerly point of the island, a picturesque village also known to the rich and famous where you will have time for shopping or relax in a cafe for afternoon ice creams.
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