Myrtos beach is a stamp for the island. Nowadays, the name of Kefalonia is closely related to Myrtos beach. They is nobody who has chosen the island for holidays and has not seen or swum in that marvellous beach. Is has been characterized as one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe and it holds a Blue Flag for that.
Xi beach is one of the most known beaches in the island, it is very close to Lixouri, the second biggest town of Kefalonia. It is an extensive beach that impresses visitors with the red colour of the sand and the swallow, safe waters.
You will find this wonderful beach with its small white pebbles and its crystal turquoise waters, on the western part of the Paliki peninsula (western Kefalonia). On your way to the beach, you will be amazed by the spectacular view. This beach has been awarded a Blue Flag and it is organized.
Just after the Kipouria monastery, in the Paliki peninsula (western Kefalonia), one of the most impressive beaches of Kefalonia stretches at your feet. And the view is breathtaking! Although it is no longer completely unknown to tourists, the 400 plus steps one has to go down to get there, make for quite an adventure.
Ammes is a small sandy beach at the edge of Kefalonia Airport and it is approximately 9km away from Argostoli. The fine sand, the purity and tranquillity of its waters are a magnet for many of the residents and tourists.
Antisamos lies near the port of Sami, just 22 km from Argostoli, and is considered one of the island’s prettiest beaches. The route from Sami to the beach is particularly enchanting as it crosses one of the greenest parts of the island with towering pine trees.