Karavados Beach Hotel

At the Karavados Beach Hotel, mountain views and traditional Greek charm are the orders of the day. The hotel is nestled into the Kefalonian countryside, so you’re greeted by great views in every direction.

There’s an authentic Greek feeling running throughout the hotel. The restaurant specialises in home-cooked Greek meals and the wine served with dinner is locally made.

The pool’s a good size and comes with sweeping sea views. It has its own fountain in the middle and it’s bordered by sunloungers and parasols, and at the pool bar, you can pick up cocktails and snacks.

Overview of Karavados

Karavados is a small village with a big heart. It’s one of the lesser-known spots, but as soon as you visit, you’ll be desperate to tell your family and friends about this exciting destination for a holiday to Kefalonia.

The jaw-dropping views from the Karavados Beach Hotel are replicated all over the village. Karavados is located among a sprawling pine forest and citrus groves, which means that the village is postcard perfect.

In the village centre, the locals are warm and welcoming, so it’s easy to spend an entire afternoon in one of the tavernas. But if you’re more of an explorer, you can head to the mountains or walk around the coastline.

Things to do in Karavados

The Karavados Beach Hotel is a five-minute walk away from a golden-sand beach that’s fronted by clear waters and backed by a handful of tavernas – it’s the ideal place to relax and settle down with a good book.

If you want an active night after your relaxing day on the sand, take a 15-minute taxi ride to Lassi. It’s much larger than Karavados and the dancing often spills out into the streets!

A holiday in this relaxing idyll comes highly recommended, and you’ll enjoy endless amounts of sun, sea and sand.

Resort Summary

From snorkelling with turtles to partying like a Greek, the small town of Karavados is waiting for you to discover its secrets. Located among the sprawling pine forests and citrus groves of south Kefalonia, this traditional Greek town is postcard-perfect. Enjoy its tiny tavernas and rustic houses, and make sure to explore its mountains, plains, and miles of coastline.