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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.

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.

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.

Agios Thomas

Agios Thomas is a small sandy beach on the south coast of Kefalonia. It’s not one of the main popular beaches on the island but as it’s so small it can feel a bit crowded, particularly at peak times in the summer, there are tavernas but no watersports.

Skala

Skala is a resort on the south east coast of Kefalonia. it has a great beach, ample tavernas, restaurants, bars and even a club. Due to it's location Skala is not great for those that want to explore the island as most of the attractions are a long way away.

Lassi

Lassi is a fairly popular tourist resort in Kefalonia, it’s a short drive from the airport and centres around the main road or “strip” that's about a mile long, the biggest criticism of Lassi is that it’s not a particularly authentic Greek resort.

Lourdas

Lourdas, sometimes also known as Lourdata is set against a steep hillside and in one of the largest bays on Kefalonia. There’s no real village centre, just a collection of hotels, restaurants and shops dotted about around the road side and down by the beach.

Kefalos

Kefalos is a lovely village built on the hill in the south west of Kos and sprawling out over the surrounding areas. Kefalos is roughly 15km from the airport and 40km from Kos Town. In Kefalos you’ll find the folklore museum as well as many restaurants and hotels.

Kos Town

Kos Town is the capital and largest town on Kos. Here you will find a lot of the attractions including the Hippocrates tree, the ancient agora, Neratzia castle, Casa Romana and the Roman Odeon as well as museums, a plethora of bars, restaurants and night life.

Marmari

Marmari is a relatively quiet tourist village on the north coast of Kos with Tigaki to the east and Mastichari to the west. Marmari is based around a single main road that heads down to the beach and a coastal road that runs alongside the 2km long sand beach.
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