The island is famous for its wild horses found in Enos. You can enjoy unique walks on horseback and trained horses, passing through endless olive groves or galloping in the sand.
The beaches of Kefalonia is an ideal place for fishing . It is suitable for all types of fishing because of the morphology of the seabed in the area this creates “psaromeries,” a word that literally translates to “fish areas.”
Kefalonia is full of picturesque alleys and quiet countryside roads ideal for cycling. Wander around in the lush paths of mount Enos and end up at one of the many isolated beaches for a refreshing dive.
Windsurf, Kitesurf, Wakeboard, Barefoot, Knee boarding, Combo Ski, Wakesurf, Monoski, Jet Ski: The list of water sports is constantly updated and the Ionian islands are for years one of the most popular places in Greece for lovers of the board, wind and water!
Walking & hiking
The natural landscape, the history, the villages and the people of Kefalonia are revealed during a walk. Dozens of tracks (long or short, easy or difficult) exist in the shadow of Enos.
Aquatic Scuba Diving Club intends to guide you to another world a different world than the one you are used to the wonderful world of the bottom of Kefalonia.
An ideal way to visit traditional villages and secluded beaches of Kefalonia and other Ionian islands such as Ithaka, Lefkada and Meganisi is to go sailing and explore the beautiful secluded beaches.
Sea kayaking in Kefalonia is a unique experience and allows discovering the separate coastline and caves of the island.
Boats leave every morning from the port of Agia Efimia and Sami and returning late afternoon. You'll be amazed how much you can see and do in one day.