Kefalonia Bay Palace
The Kefalonia Bay Palace is in a prime spot. Villa-style rooms are stacked up on the hillside, and there’s a big pool that looks out over the Ionian Sea.
Follow the stairs down the hillside and you’ll reach the hotel’s sea-facing pool. There’s a bar beside the water, and if you carry on down the hill, you’ll reach a pebbly beach at the foot of the cliffs.
At mealtimes, continental options are served up for breakfast. Dinner usually consists of Greek favourites, and you can enjoy your meal on a smart sea-view balcony.
Overview of Aghia Efimia
The charming village of Aghia Efimia is surrounded by idyllic beaches, pastel-coloured houses and mysterious underground caves. A favourite with people looking for relaxing holidays to Kefalonia, life in Aghia Efimia is incredibly chilled.
There’s still plenty to do in the village. You can explore the hidden caves, take a trip to Myrtos Beach or tour the postcard-worthy buildings that surround the harbour. Whether you’d like to spend your days exploring the local area or sunbathing on the surrounding beaches, it’s all possible when you stay at the Kefalonia Bay Palace.
Things to do in Aghia Efimia
The Kefalonia Bay Palace is in a great location for exploring Aghia Efimia. The best beaches of the resort are tucked away into the rugged coastline and can only be explored by boat. You can rent one or book a tour down on the front.
The resort is also incredibly popular with divers. The clear waters provide visibility of more than 30 metres and you can explore underground caves, reefs and old shipwrecks.
When you fancy exploring on dry land, Sami’s only 15 minutes away. It played a starring role in Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, so you’ll get Hollywood-worthy views.
As a picturesque village, a stay in Aghia Efimia showcases the best of a traditional way of life. It’s the perfect spot for relaxing under the beating sun.