One of the most beautiful driving routes in Kefalonia starts from the port of Argostoli towards to Assos peninsula and Myrtos Bay on the northern part if the island. Assos is a tiny hamlet of pastel-colored houses with a population of just one hundred. It nestles, at the base of a hill on a small peninsula, on the north-west coast of Kefalonia and is surrounded on three sides by the stunning blue of the Mediterranean Sea. The village is almost hidden amidst thick pine forest, ringed by tall cypress trees and overlooked by a ruined 16th-century castle built high on the peninsula by the Venetians who then governed the island. It has a pebble beach and small marina lined with traditional restaurants. Idyllic doesn’t even begin to describe it. Take the chance to wonder around the village, swim at the little pebbly beach at the front of the village or walk up to the remains of the Venetian Castle. Leaving Assos and following the coastline you will have the chance to stop above Myrtos Beach for photos. The light on these Kefalonian cliffs has an unworldly clarity, drawing every shade of blue and turquoise from the sea, setting it off against the snow-white arc of the beach.
**This is a suggested itinerary planned to enhance your Kefalonia Experience. We can always adapt it to your personal preferences.
**Due to Health & Safety and to fall in-line with our operational guidelines surrounding the Covid-19 the size of vehicles used will have a much greater seating capacity then the confirmed numbers.
|Photos above the Myrtos Beach|
|Port pick up and drop off|
|Transportation by air conditioned coach|
|Water on board|
|Tour Information folder (Documents with details of the tour and all you need to know for the visited places)|
|**A multilingual Guide can be provided upon request at an additional charge.|
Please Note: Please wear comfortable footwear for this excursion as it involves some walking on uneven ground. We recommend that you bring sun cream, a sun hat and bottled water with you, as at times it can get extremely hot. Children must be accompanied with adults