The beach of Agia Paraskevi is located on the eastern side of Kefalonia and you will encounter it along the road that connects Sami with Pylaros. After Karavomilos and to St. Euphemia, you will see the small stairs leading to the coast.
Agia Paraskevi is a small bay with pebble beach and translucent, blue and deep waters. It has view to the neighboring island of Ithaca, its southern part. The large white pebbles of Agia Paraskevi are available for guests to play with the water, while the bay is sheltered and rarely raises wave.
A wooden fence separates the beach from the place with the trees in the street. Here, you can enjoy natural shade and set up your stuff. Agia Paraskevi is situated between Sami; the summer is full of people and another tourist resort of Kefalonia, St Euphemia. So, it gathers enough people from the surrounding areas, as well as the easy access and proximity ensure ‘quick’ swim for everyone!
Agia Paraskevi at a glance:
• Pebbled beach
• Deep Waters
• Natural shade from trees
• Easy access by car
• Near to Sami