Visit The World Famous Mellissini Cave And Explore Beauty In Kefalonia
BEST TIME TO VISIT
The days are bright and warm during June, July and August, teasing 30°Cs for most of the latter two months. After a long summer day soaking up the sun, the evening breeze will be a welcome reprieve.
For a luxury yacht charter in Kefalonia, this entire season is idyllic. Onboard you have all the necessary heating comforts. Cool breeze or not, your yacht charter caters to all your comforts.
Activities & Experiences
Take In The Awe-Inspiring Caves
Kefalonia has not one but two jaw-dropping caves that are like something out of a fantasy novel.
The first, Melissini, is known around the world. Reaching the cave from the water, you swim or kayak in to find a blue paradise, where different shades of electric blue shimmer across the walls and stalactites defy gravity as they jut down from above.
There is even a lake inside the cave with trees and forestry surrounding it. You will never see anything else quite like it in your life.
Lesser known is Drogarati. Drogarati is one to explore on foot, so it lacks the star attraction of Melissini. Still, it’s breathtaking and even more impressive, considering it is suspected to be roughly 150 million years old. It’s 60m deep and was found 300 years ago when an earthquake revealed the cave’s entrance.
Look Out At The Lighthouse Of Saint Theodoroi
Close to the village of Argostoli, The Lighthouse of Saint Theodoroi is constructed with 20 columns and stands eight metres tall on a man-made peninsula.
It was built in 1828 by Charles Napier, a British administrator who ruled the island at the time.
Wake Up For The Sunrise Over Myrtos Beach
Myrtos Beach is worth a visit any time of day. The water is crystal clear blue. Hills stretch out into the sea, from high in the mountains on the shore. There’s no wonder it’s regularly featured in travel magazines.
For a unique view of this beautiful bay, it’s best to visit it at sunset. Climb (or drive) to the hills overlooking the beach and take in the pastel hues as the sun rises out of the water.
Visit The Castle Of St George
Above the village of Peratata, the Castle of St George is a Venetian castle that was originally built in the 12th century by the Byzantines but was given its current form by the Venetians in 1504.
It used to be home to an organised town and featured residencies, public buildings, hospitals, prisons and churches.
People Watch At The Port Of Fiskardo
When pulling up on your boat charter to Kefalonia, one of your stops will likely be the glamourous port of Fiskardo.
Here there are restaurants, tavernas and bars all around. During the summer, it’s also a magnet for superyachts, an ideal spot to watch the world’s VIPs pull into port to explore the island.
What To Expect When Booking A Yacht Charter In Kefalonia With Ahoy Club
Making your dream of a Kefalonia yacht charter come true, Ahoy Club makes it simple to match your desires to the vessels best suited to your needs. We do this with a combination of leading technology and hands-on expertise.
To find the ideal charter of Kefalonia, our platform takes you through a series of simple questions that help to narrow down the specifics of your expectations quickly. In just a few clicks, you are paired only with the most relevant yachts. We have 4000+ vessels on the platform. We save you having to browse them all.
Once your ideal yacht has been found, bookings are processed online, and you’re connected to an Ahoy Club Customer Experience Manager who takes over the finer details of your trip. Through your CEM, you can get insider tips and recommendations and help to secure bookings at the most exclusive venues on the island. All CEMs know the locations they work in. They’ve sampled it all and can help you find the perfect itinerary according to your particular interests.