Agia Kriaki is located in the northwestern section of Kefalonia, near the beach of, and the natural environment looks like: turquoise, deep waters and cliffs. The sandy Agia Kiriaki is located just next to the smaller beach Vouti, in which you can reach by walking. Near the beach, there is a canteen and taverns, where you can eat fresh fish. In Agia Kiriaki, there is shade to protect you from the hot summer sun, while in general the beach is quiet and almost never gather many people.
The beach of Agia Kiriaki is located 2 km from the village Agkonas, belonging to the villages of Argostoli, but also very close to the village of Zola. From elsewhere you choose to come as Agia Kiriaki, you will need to traverse a short dirt road, but it is in very good condition and the car reaches to the coast.
Next to Agia Kiriaki, there is a small anchorage with boats and ships, where you have the possibility to rent a boat for day trips in the surrounding coasts.
Agia Kyriaki at a glance:
• Deep Water
• No natural shade
• Access via a smooth dirt road
• Taverns near
• Ability of boat rental