Kefalonia Holiday’s 2012: With Thomson

Craggy cliffs and cool caves, pine woods and pristine beaches, clear blue skies … and clear blue seas – Nature’s contribution to holidays in Kefalonia. And this knock-out scenery isn’t just good to look at. It’s great to experience. Sail to dazzling white sands accessible only by boat … row across the perma-cold underground lake of Mellisani …climb the hills behind Lassi for views of sunset and sea …or just pick a waterfront taverna for sundowners and mezes.

Kefalonia holidays are all about stress-free simplicity – ideal for those who plan to make the most of the sun. Lassi is the busiest and best known resort, its broad sweeps of pale sand come complete with beach bars and watersports. Couples will love the romantic views and relaxing amenities of two of its best hotels – the Mediterranee and the Hotel White Rocks. But look north too – to the cliffs and coves of Fiskardo, for a touch of luxury on a hideaway honeymoon. Families would feel right at home in some of the sleepier villages – like Lourdas or Trapezaki – where the kids could be having a splashing time in your villa’s private pool. And Skala, with its pavement cafes and 4km of gently shelved shore, draws every age group in to its friendly little streets.

Thomson with its wealth and years of experience working in Kefalonia have the majority of Villa’s and Hotel’s at their disposal, with friendly staff in the local TUI office and access to a range of holiday package & experiences they can provide the most entertaining and eventful of holidays.

If you are planning to book a holiday for 2012 then I suggest you view Thomson packages now and get the early booking deal’s

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