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The church Agios Mammas in Kos is ideally situated 11 km south of Kefalos offering a unique view.
The monastery of Agios Ioannis stands 7 km south of the beautiful settlement of Kefalos. It is built in an idyllic setting among plane trees. Next to the monastery, its half-ruined bell-tower […]
The Fish Festival in Kefalos during the first half of August. This festival is part of the greater Hippocratia festivities […]
Between 100 -140 million years old and standing at an altitude of 257 meters on the slopes of Mount Zini in the island’s south-western region of Kefalos, the impressive White Stone Cave contains traces […]
On top of a hill on the southeastern end of Kefalos, where the island’s first capital city was located in antiquity, lie the Byzantine remains of Kefalos castle dating back to 1420. Constructed of stones […]
Kamari beach, otherwise known as Kefalos after the neighboring village, with its refreshing crystal-clear water, spotless sandy, flawlessly-organized beach is a magnet for hundreds of visitors who […]
A peaceful, tranquil, isolated bay (“cavo”), Cavo Paradiso beach is a well-kept secret on the island’s south coast. Its turquoise waters, fine golden sand and beauty almost untouched by human hands […]
This exciting beach is slightly secluded from the rest cosmopolitan area due to its rocky environment. It was named camel for if someone observes the beach from afar it resembles to the animal […]
Nature and history come together on Agios Stefanos beach, the island’s most photographed beach. The ruins of paleo-Christian churches just steps from the sea, its clean water, golden sand, the […]
Located on the island’s south-west coast, this heavenly beach has rightly earned its name. Fine white sand, clean shallow water and a perfect orientation towards the magnificent Greek sunsets, […]
The Limnionas beach is located in a tranquil cove on the north side of area kefalos and around 43km from the city of Kos. A small harbour to the left and a protected bay used from small fishing […]
Although Kefalos is more well-known for its cultural events today, with the festivities of Agia Paraskevi on July 26th and those dedicated to Ai Giannis on August 29th dominating, the area has a rich history worthy of exploration.