Myrtos Beach is situated in the region of Pylaros, in the north-west of Kefalonia, Greece. It is situated between the feet of two mountains, Agia Dynati andKalon Oros. Myrtos is without a doubt one of the most important poles of attraction in Kefalonia.
Myrtos beach has gained worldwide reputation and has been constantly included in travel magazines among the most beautiful and picturesque beaches in the world.
Awarded for Cleanness
Myrtos has been awarded many times for its cleanness and the natural beauty. Myrtos is world-famous for the magical colours of the water (from sky-blue to dark blue, green-blue and turquoise) contrasting with the bright white of the smooth marble pebbles from which it is formed.
Mind Freak Geology
This beautiful beach has a semi-circular shape surrounded by impressive white rocky cliffs creating a spectacular setting. The greenery area, the abrupt terrain, the white pebbles and the crystal waters compose a unique palette of nature. It is well-organized at the most part with umbrellas and sundecks. The other part is completely unspoilt and left with pure natural beauty.
Long Lasting Beauty
In the evening when the sun is on the horizon, the water is tinted by magnificent colours, (red, yellow, purple, orange), as the sun disappears. The location of the beach, with steep mountains and tall cliffs behind, is imposing and magical. The turquoise waters are the trademark of Myrtos, one of the most photographed places in Greece. However, when it is windy the waves are strong.
The western coast of Myrtos is ideal to enjoy one of the spectacular sunsets in the Ionian Sea. The visitors will have direct access to a wide range of facilities like a snack bar. Myrtos is easily accessed via a curved road by all means of transport.
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