Kefalonia

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Why fly to Kefalonia?

If you’re seeking a sample of tranquil Greek island life, then Kefalonia is the perfect place to visit. Kefalonia is one of the Ionian Islands in Greece, often referred to by its Italian name Cefalonia or even Kefallinia – the name of the entire area and the airport which services it. It’s a location that is famed for being the setting of ‘Captain Corelli’s Mandolin’, but thankfully the island has not sold out to movie merchandising and has kept its quaint and charming personality in abundance.

When's the best time to go?

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Hottest month

August
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Coldest month

January

Best time to visit

For a full helping of summer heat, fly to Kefalonia in June, July or August. This is when the island's beach scene is in full swing. The sands are laden with happy sunbathers, the water beckons you in for a dip and a gentle sea breeze keeps everyone from overheating.

Avoid the crowds

May, September and October are warm and pleasant in Kefalonia. The weather is still good for the beaches and the sea, although cooler, is nice for a dip. There's lots of heat and sunshine during the day but you may need something to cover up with at night. It's the perfect temperature for hiking in the mountains and exploring Kefalonia's fascinating historic sites.

Your Kefalonia Questions Answered

From the UK: easyJet offers direct flights to Kefalonia from Bristol, Edinburgh, London Gatwick, and Manchester airports, making it a convenient destination for British travellers. The flight duration from the UK is typically around 3 to 4 hours. From Greece: If you'd like to visit Kefalonia as part of a longer trip to Greece, consider combining it with nearby islands like Ithaca, Lefkada, and Zakynthos, all of which are a direct ferry ride away.

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