The tour starts after noon and ends in the evening. It includes a stop on the beautiful Myrtos beach, stroll in the village of Assos and finishes with dinner in Fiskardo.
Myrtos has been described as “one of the most dramatic beaches in Greece” with its “mile-and-a-half long arc of dazzling white pebbles. Considered by many tourist magazines as one of the 30 best beaches in the World, Myrtos bay is not only the symbol of Kefalonia, but it’s also one of the most famous beaches all over Greece.
Assos is a unique town on a narrow isthmus below a large fortress and there are a couple stops on the long road down the mountain to the sea where you get an amazing view.
Fiscardo is a boaters paradise and a friendly and attractive village. Fiskardo is also the name of the two kilometre long bay in which the port is located. Fiskardo and the dense forest in the surrounding area have been declared areas of great natural beauty and are protected under Greek law. In recent years a small tourist industry has developed, centred on luxury villas in the area around the village.
Free of charge: Bottles of water or soft drinks per person, child seats. Extras: chairs, beach towels and sun umbrellas