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kosta_karapinotis

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This video provides some great and helpful tips about traveling to Kefalonia! Happy traveling

 

dubai_suzie

Active member
Myrtos beach looks stunning!! It kins of reminds me of the beaches in Zakynthos...so blue
 

k_tsoukalas

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Oh my gosh, what a stunning beach and pretty island. It looks so gorgeous! Is it as idyllic in person as it looks in the photos?
 

Post your Kefalonia pictures!!

I would love to see everyones pics! Here is Melissni cave 😍😍😍

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Assos is the best seaside village in Kefalonia

Assos is one of the best spots to visit in Kefalonia because you get a small town village vibe but its right by the water!

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Greeces most unique lighthouse is in Kefalonia!

This is the only lighthouse ive seen that doesn't even look like a lighthouse! It was originally built in 1828 by a British administrator named Charles Napier. The lighthouse was completely destroyed during an earthquake that ravaged the island back in the 1950’s but was rebuilt in the 1960’s. I love how there's so much history behind every building in Greece :)

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Where is the best place to go diving and snorkelling in Kefalonia?

Which beach is ideal for diving and snorkelling? I would love to see some killer coral reefs!

Arbutus berries are Kefalonias Christmas time fruit that can be used for anything!

You will find these strawberry like berries all over the island during Christmas time! They can be used to make jams and a variety of fruit and even eaten plain as a snack! Some people like to make a sweet liquor with it or mix it in to popular Greek liquors like ouzo. Many locals will decorate their house with branches of the berries, I guess you could say its a Kefalonia version of wreaths and mistletoe. I believe in Greek its called koúmara but I'm not too sure, if there are any Greek speakers on this forum please help me out!
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