Getting to Kefalonia

Kefalonia is one of the few islands in Greece that is accessible by an extensive number of flights and ferries.

By Air

There are flights to Kefalonia from the Athens Airport "Eleftherios Venizelos" although in summer the airport handles a number of charter flights from all over Europe.

 Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos   www.aia.gr     Tel: +30 210 3530000 
 Kefalonia International Airport Minies       Tel: + 26710 42110
 Olympic Air   www.olympicair.com   Tel: +30 210 3550500
 Aegean Αirlines   www.aegeanair.com   Tel: +30 210 6261700
 Rynair   www.rynair.com    
 Easy Jet   www.easyjet.com    

By Car

If you choose to visit Kefalonia with your car, you have two choices.

You can drive from Athens to Kyllini, trip lasts about 3 and a half hours or Astakos in Aitoloakarnania. Kyllini and Astakos can be accessed via the Athens-Patras National Highway, if you are travelling from Peloponnese, Athens or east-central Greece.

If you are driving from northern Greece you need to take Egnatia Odos towards Igoumenitsa and then drive southwards.  If you are driving through the Athens-Patras highway and you want to take the ferry from Astakos, you need to pass the bridge of Rio-Antirio and continue through Mesologgi towards Astakos.

Once you reach Kyllini or Astakos you take the ferry to Kefalonia. 


By Bus

There are daily departures from Athens to Kefalonia, from Kifissos Terminal Station in Athens. The bus will go from Athens to Kefalonia (through Kyllini ) and will reach its final destination, Argostoli, within about 6,5 hours.

 Athens Bus Organization   100 Kifissos Avenue, Athens    Tel: +30 210 5129498 
 Kefalonia Bus Organization    Argostoli   Tel: +30 26710 22281

 

For more information, please visit www.ktel.org