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Pachis

Pachis is a beach side resort on the north coast of Thassos. It’s a bit of a stretch calling Pachis a resort as it’s more just a collection of hotels and a handful of tavernas around the beach. There’s a decent choice of hotels both large and small, apartments and villas all available.

Potos

Potos is a popular tourist destination on the south coast with narrow streets that are lined with bars, restaurants and shops. It has a lovely long sand beach with all the facilities you need for a day out in the sunshine. There’s multiple tavernas, shops, watersports and more.

Kinira

Kinira is a small, charming village on the east coast, it's a quiet region that people visit for it’s natural beauty and tranquillity but it still has everything the tourist needs including supermarkets, tavernas, restaurants, a good selection of hotels and apartments.

Svoronata

Svoronata is a village in Kefalonia, it's about a mile inland and surrounded by gorgeous scenery including Olive groves and wild flowers. it's a short 5 minute drive from the airport and just under 15 minutes from the capital Argostoli.

Trapezaki

Trapezaki is a small village set on a hillside. This is a quiet and peaceful resort with only a few tavernas and a couple of mini-markets, if you stay here then you’ll be the sort of person that wants to get away from the crowds and just enjoy the scenery.

Argostoli

Argostoli is the capital and main port town of Kefalonia, there's regularly a couple of cruise liners in the bay meaning Argostoli is often very busy. There's a main pedestrianised street with bars and shops that runs parallel to the harbour.

Katelios

Katelios is a quiet fishing village on the south coast of Kefalonia. There’s two sections to Katelios, Ano Katelios which is slightly inland and not particularly touristy, and Kato Katelios which is on the beach and where you’ll find most of the tourists and facilities.

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.

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.
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