With the endless coasts and the hundreds of beaches that Greece has, you can never say that you’ve seen everything. You can’t help but be surprised every time by something new. You will have always the chance to have experiences and unique memories of a beach you never have imagined that exists. Wherever you are in Greece. Such a beach is Dafnoudi. You can be there through a small path that will look like it opens the gates of paradise to you
Dafnoudi is a beautiful beach of Kefalonia that stands out in the midst of the rest of the beautiful sandy beaches that the whole Ionian Sea has It’s one of those beaches that they are unforgettable, not only when you see it but also the whole route, which you need to take to reach it.
Dafnoudi, the magical beach
Dafnoudi this isolated and quiet beach is located in the northern part of Kefalonia, in Antipata. The car does not reach the sea but maybe this makes this particular beach even more beautiful. You need to walk a green path through the local natural environment to get there. A real dream. In fact you will literally walk through the forest until you see this magical beach on a path of about 600 meters. One of the most beautiful things you’ve ever walked in your life.
And then, where the path ends, you will face the calm turquoise waters and the idyllic landscape. You will lay your towel and set up your own umbrella on the beach and you will enjoy the miracle of nature. Because this beach, of course, is not organized. Even if you don’t get an umbrella, however, you can enjoy the natural shade of the green trees on the beach.
In Dafnoudi, you probably will meet a few or almost no people. It is considered rare to meet crowds in Dafnoudi. Apart from the fact that access is not simple, the beach is not known to many people. That’s even better for you in case you are in Kefalonia for a holiday to have the opportunity to enjoy it at the fullest
You should know that: Dafnoudi beach is a shelter for the Monachus-Monachus seals, so you should not be surprised if you see some of them.