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Beaches on this part of Kefalonia are of the pebbly variety – not sandy. Ideal for swimming, as the bays are in sheltered positions and the sea is usually calm. Whether basking on the beach or exploring the depths, you can be assured of crystal clear, cool, and clean water.
This guide to beaches deals with beaches and coves accessible by land. There are however, numerous beaches that can only be reached by boat.
Below you will find a list of beaches in the area. The beaches are listed in order of distance from Fiscardo. A few can be reached on foot, for the majority you will need a car.
Also known as Aghios Andreas, is the closest beach to the village and very convenient for a quick refreshing swim if you don’t have time to go further afield.
Set in a deep and sheltered bay, Foki has olive trees for natural shade, an interesting cave to swim to and a restaurant on the road above.
A beautiful and popular beach just outside Fiscardo. Sheltered clear water and flat rocks for bathing. There is also a refreshment van on the beach.
Extremely beautiful but tiny.
There are however plenty of flat rocks surrounding the bay which provide natural bathing platforms.
Close to the village of Antipata, Dafnoudi is a secluded beach reached by a short walk through a wooded valley.
On the west coast with views of Assos, a beautiful miniature bay. Good for snorkeling.
Below the village of Halikeri, Aghia Jeruslaem has sun beds and umbrellas for hire and a restaurant close by.
A beautiful beach with a Caribbean feel. Umbrellas, sun beds and a very nice beach taverna make this beach worth the drive.