When the wind has filled in, you’ll thoroughly enjoy the exhilarating sail over to Sivota from Ithaka or Kefalonia. The entrance to the harbour is difficult spot, from all directions and if you’re navigating by sight, look for the sailing yachts seemingly disappear into the mountainside.
Sivota is home to a couple of charter companies so can be busy around the quay on certain days. Rather than cut your day short to get a quayside berth, make the most of your sailing day and settle for mooring in the middle of the bay if the quayside is busy.
The are plenty of restaurants and coffee shops to choose from, along with mini-markets & fresh bread & grocery sellers to keep you replenished for your next sailing day.
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’...