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This is a true wild beach as long as no ships or boats bring dozens of noisy tourists. Be sure to visit it outside the peak season otherwise you will get so frustrated for being in such a perfect landscape among them..
For those who like quite and not crowded beaches this one is not to be missed! For us it was the best beach in Kefalonia. Accessible either by foot (around 1h-1.5hrs) you can find the video path on youtube or follow the red and yellow...More
This beach is a must. £15 euros each plus our son who was 7 went free. It is such a peaceful beach and only 20 or so people there, which is good considering it is peak time. The water is gorgeous. We didn’t want to...More
I knew that we must go to Fteri before we came to Kefalonia. So me and my family decided that we gonna hike to this little paradise by walk not by boat. We started follow the red dots ;) , and after 40 minutes we...More
My 24 year old son and I hiked in to Fteri Beach. We are accustomed to challenging hikes on the Appalachian Trail. Someone has kindly marked this Trail with red dot blazes on rocks along the way and then blue ties on tree limbs to...More
Looked up Fteri beach before I came to Kefalonia and decided I needed to visit here. I had read that you could walk to the beach which was an hour. We drove our car but could not find where the waking route started and nothing...More
I hiked to Fteri beach recently and it is well worth the effort. But whether you go by foot or boat, be sure to take along a trash bag and pick up any plastic bottles, styrofoam etc. that you may find there. And certainly pack...More
Difficult to reach and that's why it is not to be missed, even though the taxi-boat service isn't that effective.
Anyway it's worth spending a day or so, just take food and beverage with you because there's no offer on the beach.
This beach is so hidden that even the locals (from another part of the island) didn't know about it. You have to take the water taxi from the Zola port (or you can walk but the road didn't seem very flip-flop and swimming shorts friendly)...More