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Myrtos Beach

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Myrtos Beach

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Highlights of Kefalonia Tour
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Myrtos Beach and Melissani Lake Tour
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Kefalonia Island Tour
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ALL DAY private tour - Kefalonia
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Cruise to Kefalonia, Ithaca & the beaches around Lefkada
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Cruise to Kefalonia, Ithaca & the beaches around Lefkada

The cruise departs from Nidri, passing many bays and villages, including Vasiliki and sailing round the southern tip of Lefkas islnad, known as Sappho’s leap. The first stop is at the stunning bay of Porto Katsiki and the imposing Egremni beach. Your journey continues on to Fiskardo Kefalonia, a picturesque fishing village and the only one left standing following the catastrophic earthquake of 1953. <br>The next stop is on the island of Ithaki, believed to be the home of Odysseus. Here you can visit the museum, have lunch and perhaps another swim.<br>On the return journey the captain will take the baot inside the famous Papanikolis’ cave, where a submarine lay hidden during the 2nd World War.<br>The last part of the cruise takes you around island of Scorpios, otherwise known as the Onassis island. Here you will be told the history of the tragic family and there will be time for a last swim.<br>Return to Nidri passing the island of Madouri or Poet’s island.
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Barbs25 wrote a review Oct 17
Staffordshire, United Kingdom2,221 contributions198 helpful votes
Not sure why no one else has written these to save people time but the road is closed, we tried to walk down and another point the road is fully closed and says not safe to walk down - not sure if the road has come away or there has been landslides like in Assos ( also don’t bother visiting as roads closed due to damage from landslides also)
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Date of experience: October 2020
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laney288 wrote a review Oct 6
Stirling, United Kingdom6 contributions2 helpful votes
Absolutely stunning. Must see it from above to appreciate the blue sea. Beautiful drive around the coastline. Watch out for the random goats
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Alan S wrote a review Oct 5
Tibshelf, United Kingdom477 contributions98 helpful votes
An absolutely beautiful beach viewed from above. I was on my way to Fiskardo so I didn't really have the time to actually go down to the beach. I was told that it can be very busy and that the view from high on the cliffs was the best feature. Certainly, I'd recommend it.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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dillydingdillydong wrote a review Sep 2020
London, United Kingdom56 contributions42 helpful votes
This beach is obviously the most famous. The views from the mountain are stunning and the drive up and down as fairly straght forward. I would recommend proper swimming footwear as the pebbles can be quite painful. Nice place to visit but head to Makris Galios if you like sandy beaches. The water is more wavey than Makris Galios.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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lucy_tibble wrote a review Sep 2020
Cusco, Peru43 contributions14 helpful votes
Beautiful beach. The sea has all different shades of blue which is amazing, really cool to swim in (but be careful of the rough waves!), never seen a beach like it before. Not loads of choice for food but that’s okay for me, prices weren’t too bad either. We got a taxi to take us there, it was the more expensive option but meant we got to avoid the steep drive down and had no hassle with traffic getting there or back. Really recommend as a must see in Kefalonia!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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