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Kefalonia

From the heights of Mt Aenos to the crystal-clear waters of the Ionian Sea, Kefalonia is a land of stunning contrasts waiting to be discovered. This is a Greece untainted by mass tourism, where monasteries and churches are tucked away in fertile valleys of olive groves and vines. A Greece of cypress trees clinging to craggy hillsides and of plunging descents to barely accessible fishing villages and idyllic bays. A Greece of wild, natural, unspoiled beauty.

Car hire is a must to appreciate the full diversity of the island. There are villages like Assos, dominated by the remains of a Venetian castle or the spectacular Drogorati Caves. Myrtos Bay, the beach where the La Scala boys cavorted with Italian girls in the film Captain Corelli's Mandolin, is less close to the villas.

Or you can drive off to a secluded taverna for a Kefalonian pie washed down with a glass of Robola, the locally-produced and much-acclaimed white wine.

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