Focki Beach near Fiscardo, Kefalonia

Focki Beach


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2001 -2016


A very pretty, deep inlet about 20 minutes stroll from Fiscardo. There is also a small taverna Ė not on the beach but just across the road. To get to Focki beach from Fiscardo harbour, walk along the front, past the Captainís Cabin restaurant and follow the tarmac road. Bear left after the Roman graveyard and you canít go wrong.

Focki beach Just follow the road as it meanders along the coast and admire the views of neighbouring Ithaca as you go. If you look down to the left, you should notice several places where there are flat rocks giving good bathing access to the sea. If you are impatient for a dip you may like to stop here!
The picturesque olive grove that borders the beach provides a good picnic spot and welcome shade during the warmer times of day Focki beach Olive Grove
If the beach is busy, it could be worth venturing along the footpath that leads out opposite the road. Again, there are numerous flat rocks that provide ideal basking and bathing platforms.
Cave at Focki Bay The cave on the right hand side of the bay is interesting. It is possible to swim or take a boat right in and land on a pebbly beach. From this beach there is a labyrinth of tunnels which form part of a disused mine.
Warning! It is a fairly long swim to the cave and in an offshore wind, getting back to the beach could prove quite tiring. It is possible to walk round the cliff path to the cave. However, exploring the tunnels is not recommended and could be highly dangerous.