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Kefalonia is the biggest of all the Greek Ionian isles - and surely among the most beautiful, a destination better suited to a pair of lovebirds is impossible to imagine. Long, pale sand beaches enclose the island, meeting the sparkling deep blue of the Ionian, and impressive pine-clad hills and jutting cliffs flank the coastline.

If you want to relax in paradise this summer, flights to Kefalonia with Thomascook Airlines will transport you to this gorgeous Greek island providing a fitting backdrop for any true love story.

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The white sands of Myrtos Beach are an essential stop. You can also take in a remarkable sunset in the popular resort of Lassi, explore ancient Roman ruins in Skala, or enjoy a sleepy pace in the village of Lourdas. Those with a taste for culture and activity will also want to visit the cosmopolitan capital of Argostoli, where you'll find that the buzzing town square and the waterfront areas stay lively until late. Families love Kefalonia for the quiet sandy coves.

To break up the luxuriously long days watching the kids build sandcastles from the comfort of your sun lounger, the island has a wealth of caves to explore. Back by the beach active types can take try kayaking or scuba diving and there’s plenty of nature to explore inland too. For peace and relaxation, sprinkled with just enough activities, bars and restaurants to stop you from getting restless, Kefalonia is the perfect island escape - whether you're a twosome looking for romance, or a family wanting a slice of the quiet life.

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Top 5 things to do in Kefalonia

10 facts about Kefalonia


Kefalonia, also known as Cephalonia, is the largest of the Greek Ionian Islands but remains relatively untouched with an average of only 55 people per sq. km.


The Hollywood-worthy setting of Kefalonia was used as a location for the famous film Captain Corelli's Mandolin – it’s certainly romantic enough.


The Monastery of Agios Gerasimos is a spectacular memorial to Saint Gerasimos who lived in a cave in Lassi and healed people in this celebrated monastery.


Melisani Cave is said to be the Cave of the Nymphs in Greek mythology. It’s not hard to believe when light shines through the shaft and sparkles off the water.


One of the best ways to see the Greek countryside of Kefalonia is on a horse riding tour or a donkey trek through the olive groves and across beaches.


Watch wine being made in a traditional grape press at Gentilini Winery & Vineyards. Afterwards, indulge in some tasting beneath the almond trees.


Mount Aenos is the tallest mountain on Kefalonia and is a designated National Park for its rich flora and fauna. Hikers can attempt its stunning climb.


The Drogarati Caves include a huge chamber covered in impressive stalagmites which hosts various concerts, taking advantage of its perfect acoustics.


The picturesque village of Skala is home to the remains of a 3rd century Roman villa housing spectacular ancient mosaics.


The little-known acropolis at Sami sits up a mountain, hidden amongst lush forests. It offers breath-taking views of the island.