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Offline Maik

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Busy Greek Easter on Kef?
« on: Friday, 12 April, 2019 @ 12:16:19 »
Islands Top Greek Easter Destinations, Bookings Up 15%

Six Greek islands and several mainland destinations are set to host most of Greeceā€™s Easter travelers at the end of the month with pre-booking figures indicating a 15 percent rise compared to last year, said the Federation of Hellenic Associations of Tourist & Travel Agencies (fedHATTA) this week.

...the number of Greeks vacationing during Orthodox Easter on April 28, has increased by 15 percent with Corfu, Crete, Kefalonia, Zakynthos, Patmos and Syros among the leading island choices.

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Re: Busy Greek Easter on Kef?
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday, 16 April, 2019 @ 19:14:44 »
Was a tad busy in Ta Pitharia on Saturday, I guess the same at Gourgouris, seeing as we have a considerable influx of tourists and villa owners here at the moment but hardly anywhere open! Thankfully Pines restaurant opened on Monday to help give everyone a little more choice. In Katelios it's only Medusa open - bless Illyas, always first to open and last to close!

Talking of Katelios, for anyone over here at the mo, there will be a Spring festival on Sunday 21st April. The usual things - traditional dancing, food and drinks. All proceeds going to the volunteer firefighters, who keep us safe in the summer months. The weather forecast is promising  :beach:

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Re: Busy Greek Easter on Kef?
« Reply #2 on: Wednesday, 17 April, 2019 @ 19:34:27 »
Good old Pines to the rescue.!!!Hope everyone has a wonderful Easter and the weather is as good as ours hopefully looks.Loved our time spent in Skala at Easter and all the lovely Spring flowers we found on our trips out. Most beautiful were the rare Violets we found right by the mast at the top of Mt Anos. A botanist ,from Leeds University, we bumped into was looking for them and told us they were special to Kefalonia. Magical Moment!!!