Kefalonia is the largest island in the Ionian Sea, with a rich physiography, green plains, mountainous and semi-mountainous terrain, big capes, steep slopes and coasts forming safe bays. The climate is the typical Mediterranean, with warm summers and mild winters, which contributes to the normal survival of the biodiversity.  Kefalonia impresses us with its dreaming landscapes, the magic of its geomorphology and the incredible monuments of nature. The Myrtos beach is memorable.

Myrtos has crystal clear waters, white sand and white small pebbles. It is, without a doubt, the most beautiful beach on the island. The beach is surrounded by steep cliffs and it is 800m long. It is awarded with a blue flag and it has been voted as the best beach of Greece 11 times. In addition, it is also worth visiting beaches such as Petani, Antisamos, Makris Gialos, Platis Gialos, Platia Ammos and many many others.   Undoubtedly, the visitor of the island should admire the two caves with a long history and many legends that surround them. The first one is the Drogarati cave, located at an altitude of 120m in the area of Chaliotata, 3km from Sami.

The second one is the cave of Melissani lake. The imposing cave is located 2km northwest of Sami. Finally, the visitor has the opportunity to admire the museums, the archaeological sites and the historical monuments. Specifically, the Archaeological Museum of Argostoli, the Historical-Folklore one, the Museum of Natural History, the Ecclesiastical-Byzantine Museum, as well as the Museum of Iakovatos brothers in Lixouri. Furthermore, the Mycenaean tombs at Mazarakata and Tzannata villages, the monument of the fallen Italian soldiers of Acqui Division, castles, that we inherited from the venetian dominion at Peratata and Assos villages, which contribute to the varied cultural beauty of Kefalonia.

Also, of great interest are the numerous monasteries and churches of the island, especially the monastery of St Gerasimo, dedicated to our Patron Saint , which is located on the valley of Omala. The valley is full of vineyards, under the shadow of the imposing mount Aenos (1628m).