Rent a Car in Kefalonia
Kefalonia is one of the largest islands in Greece and is located in the Ionian Sea. It is a peculiar island with many options to be explored by a rented car from Thessaloniki Car Rental.
The island became part of the Byzantine Empire then was conquered by the Romans and later by the Venetians leaving a huge legacy.
With the economical rental car from Thessaloniki Car Rental, first visit the two great convents of Kefalonia, St. Gerasimos and St. Andrew Miliapidia. Of particular interest are the caves of the island, one of the most famous caves in Greece, is the cave of Drogkorati which is 100 years old and has a depth of 95m. Also, the grotto Melissani will overwhelm you and you will see stalactites at least 20,000 years old.
Moreover, drive the economical rental car from Thessaloniki Car Rental car hire to the castles of Kefalonia like that of Assos which was built in the Venetian style. The Venetian Castle of Saint George, which is from the 12th century, is just 5km. from Argostoli, the capital of Kefalonia. Do not forget of course the Archaeological Museum of Kefalonia with artifacts from the Paleolithic era.
As for the beaches of Kefalonia, start your tour from your first day on the island to visit as many as you can. A rental car from HellaCar rental car would be the best solution for your tour. First stop in the most beautiful Mediterranean beach, Myrtos Beach which is on the northwestern side of the island. Do not forget to visit the beaches Petani and Platis Ammos on the west side of the island. If you require something more cosmopolitan then Makrigialos will reward you. The Megas Lakos and Xi will surprise you with the color red. For something more tropical, visit the beach Koutsoupias by boat.
You can reach Kefalonia either coasting or through the airport. Whichever way you choose to visit, Kefalonia will reward you for your visit and the company Thessaloniki Car Rental rent a car will secure a rental car to help you explore.
From Kefalonia you can easily visit Corfu, Lefkada and Zakynthos.