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Katelios

Katelios beach is mainly shingle with some stone and sand in places, particularly at the waters edge. It doen’t have the wealth of tourist facilities that you would find on the main Kefalonia beaches so it’s a welcome change to some but disappointing to others.

Vrachinari

Vrachinari beach is usually pretty deserted, there are a handful of sun loungers and a taverna at the rear of the beach, the sea stays shallow making it decent for kids but there are some rocks around the entrance to the sea and at either end of the beach so not ideal.

Ammes

Ammes beach is in the south western part of Kefalonia, in the Svoronata area, right at the end of the airport runway. The sand slopes steeply before getting to the water line but then remains shallow for some distance out making it good for youngsters.

Skala

Skala is a massive beach that is both long and deep, it's surrounded by Pine trees and is mainly sand and shingle. There are a few tavernas along this stretch of coast to get food and drink during the long days spent taking in the gorgeous weather.

Antisamos

Antisamos beach is close to the resort of Sami on Kefalonias east coast it’s a pebble beach that has loungers out the front of the two tavernas. There are water sports including jetskis, banana boats, pedalos, canoeing, water skiing and many more.

Trapezaki

Trapezaki beach is a narrow sand beach roughly half way between Argostoli and Skala on the south west coast of Kefalonia. There's a single taverna which has toilets and serves food and drinks as well as playing chill out style music.

Assos

Assos is a small bay with two beaches, a larger one with loungers and a smaller one without. The larger beach has taverans and shops running along the shore line where you can get drinks and snacks as well as a fresh meal.

Vatsa

Vatsa is a large sandy beach on the south coast of the Paliki peninsular it has a wooden shack taverna that’s ideal for a relaxed meal and a couple of drinks, there’s a few sun loungers and some shelters made from driftwood that gives the beach a rustic feel.

Foki

Foki beach is a beautiful inlet just south of Fiskardo in Kefalonia, due to it’s location close to Fiskardo it is often called Foki Fiskardi Beach. It's a small beach with white pebbles surrounded by olive trees, there are no sun loungers and the only taverna is not on the beach itself.

Xi

Xi beach is a popular stretch of coast just a few kilometres south of Lixouri on the south coast of the Paliki peninsular. Xi beach has soft red sand and plenty of water sports, beach side bars with great facilities including luxury loungers and umbrellas.
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