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Aliki

Aliki is actually a 3 for 1 deal as there are a pair of beaches back to back and an archaeological site too. The main one that you come to first is just 250m long and very narrow, it has a selection of tavernas at the rear, most of which offer free sun loungers.

Agios Ioannis

Agios Ioannis beach is a semi-private beach on the south coast, it's not actually private but as there's nothing else in the area and at the rear of the beach is the huge Thassos Grand Resort Hotel people staying there tend to make up the majority of people on the beach.

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.

Gradakia

Gradakia Beach is a small rocky inlet found at the northern end of the Lassi strip. Although Gradakia is a small beach it still crams in 3 rows of sun loungers which, when fully occupied makes the beach feel quite crowded.

Kalamia

Kalamia beach is a beautiful quiet cove and the most northerly of the Lassi beaches along the Fanari road. It never gets too busy and is usually very peaceful, facilities include sun beds with umbrellas and a small bar for drinks, snacks and lunch.

Kaminia

Kaminia beach, which is also known as Mounda Beach,is long, sandy and perfect for swimming, walking or sunbathing. It slopes gently into the sea, you can get out over 50m and still be able to touch the bottom so it’s really safe for youngsters.

Koroni

Koroni beach is a gorgeous sandy cove that lies around the bay of Mounda in Kefalonia, not far from the resort of Skala. Koroni beach is surrounded by steep cliffs and lush vegetation. Access is via a difficult rocky road that takes you down to the beach.
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