Asos (Greek: Άσος) is a village on the west coast of the island of Cephalonia, Greece. It is part of the municipal unit Erisos.

Descend the steps and an atmospheric subterranean world awaits you.

More than 300 years ago, a strong earthquake revealed the entrance to a miracle of nature: Drogarati Cave, a work of art, an astonishing marvel of more than 150 million years old, crafted gradually by nature. Orange and yellow stalactites hang from the roof like curtains while vitreous stalagmites emerge to form spacious chambers.

Leivatho (Greek: Λειβαθώ) is a former municipality on the island of Kefalonia, Ionian Islands, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Kefalonia, of which it is a municipal unit.

Very good dining options near the accommodation are “To Enetiko”, “Esperides” and “En Kefallinia Organic restaurant”. A little further away is “il Borgo” and for a really traditional Kefalonian lunch “Tzivras Restaurant”.

An open lake at the east part of the island near Karavomylos Village. You can take a boat ride and the scenery is really majestic!

A quite coastal settlement located 40 km south west of Argostoli, Poros is an ideal choice for visitors who seek to find something more genuinely Greek, tranquile and pure. Poros is situated around the only natural crossing point of the Vohinas riverand the combination of dense and verdant vegetation along with the crystal blue sea makes this village one of the most perfect summer destinations.

The Ai Chelis beach is an organized long beach with umbrellas and sunbeds. It is located in the south of Kefalonia near Svoranata village. It is a sandy beach with a characteristic grayish color and shallow waters ideal for families.

The beach of Ammes is found in the beautiful village of Svoronata, close to the airport, and located 9 km from Argostoli. It is a small sandy beach with crystal shallow waters. It is popular in Kefalonia and preferable from many locals and foreign visitors.