Kefalonia is a gem of the Ionian Sea, west of mainland Greece. Yacht rentals in Kefalonia are a popular way to explore due to its private beaches which can only be accessed by sea. Explore sandy coves and absorb breathtaking landscapes whilst relaxing on the crystal clear water.
Itinerary ideas in Kefalonia
Kefalonia is a paradise for sea activities such as scuba diving, snorkelling or watersports. There are many secret coves, beaches and caves to explore on your yacht rental in Kefalonia. However, if you would like to take a break from the sea, be sure to moor up and explore the many monasteries on the island. We also recommend that you pay a visit to the ancient Acropolis ruins or have a stroll through Asos village.
Yachting areas in Kefalonia
Agia Kyriaki – Kefalonia
Agia Kyriaki is located close to the picturesque village of Agonas, in a distance of 18 km from Argostoli.
Atheras bay – Kefalonia
Atheras is a stunning port, perfect for an overnight anchorage on a beautiful calm evening. This location is a secret to most sailors so make sure you don’t tell anyone.
The climate in Kefalonia
The climate of Cephalonia (or Kefalonia), a Greek island of the Ionian Sea, is the Mediterranean, with mild, rainy winters and hot, sunny summers. At sea level, the monthly average temperature ranges from 11.5 °C (52.5 °F) in January to 25 °C (77 °F) in August.
How to get to your yacht rental in Kefalonia
Fly into Athens international airport and take a KTEL bus or a car to reach Patras (2.5 hours) or Kyllini (3.5 hours). From these two ports, you can take a yacht rental to reach Kefalonia. If you are renting your yacht from Kefalonia, there is a ferry that can take you over to the port.