Kalamos is a high island and is easily identified from afar. With several relaxing and easy to access anchorages, Kalamos should be part of your itinerary. Upon arrival into the main port of Kalamos, you’ll be guided to your berth and assisted most likely by George, the local taverna owner.
Once you are settled and secure in your berth, options are plenty. Take your beach gear and make your way to the windmill beach, about 500m from the harbour and cool off in crystal waters. There is a small shack/restaurant serving food here and a very relaxed and rustic bar slightly further along the beach.
A stroll up high into the main town is slightly daunting for some but you’ll be rewarded with some spectacular views across to the island of Kastos and the mainland. Here you’ll find some small mini-markets, bakery and Greek taverna.
After a fabulous and busy summer 2019, it's time for the boats to rest up for winter. However, we'll be eager and ready to get going in April 2020 so grab your flights now. London to Kefalonia less than £150 return in May! Late spring is a great time to see the...
Some great reading here if you’re interested in the search for the true location of Odysseus’ homeland. The theory is that the peninsula on the west coast of Kefalonia was a separate island at the time of Odysseus. This would make it a perfect candidate for Odysseus’...