Greek Beach Day
Located along the Ionian Sea of Greece, Myrtos Beach is a 1.5-mile long arc of dazzling white pebble beach nestled below the steep cliffs of the Agia Dynati and Kalon Oros mountains.
From the moment you see the beach from atop the coastal road to the moment you dip your toes into the turquoise waters you will understand why this natural gem is so popular with both locals and tourists alike. Myrtos Beach is synonymous with Kefalonia and every year is awarded from the Greek National Tourism Organization the honor of Blue Flag, an international symbol of quality and probably the best-known environmental symbol in the world.
Film buffs will recognize the area as the location for the mine explosion in the movie Captain Corelli's Mandolin. Enjoy a refreshing swim that will be an unforgettable experience as you descend into and encounter the infinite, beautiful blue water. Then relax on the beach and work on your tan as the lull of the waves whisk your cares away.
Book now for the chance to play at the oceanfront paradise that has been voted the Best Greek Beach 12 times and regularly makes the best beaches lists.