Green pines and sun-bleached sands
Lassi brings you close to Argostolion, the capital of the Greek island of Kefalonia. It’s a quiet area where you can spend days relaxing, with all of the amenities of a larger town within a 20-minute walk away. The resort is perfect for both families and couples, with pretty beaches dotted along the coastline, as well as bars, restaurants, shops, and more in the town itself.
There are two beaches to choose from in Lassi, both with golden sands and a host of amenities and attractions. Active visitors will love the many watersports available from the beach, including sailing, kayaking, and snorkelling. For longer trips, book a boat excursion and explore the crystal clear waters, stopping off in little bays for delicious fresh seafood and a traditional Greek lunch. Those wanting to explore underwater will find scuba diving trips available as well, with a chance to see the exotic fish and underwater world the Greek islands are known for.
Holidays in Lassi take you to a purpose built town where you can enjoy modern amenities. The thriving centre is home to shops, bars, and restaurants where you can choose from delicious international cuisine and fine Greek menus, as well as offering the chance to buy souvenirs, gifts, and more to take back home. For culture and a further selection of amenities, Argostolion is within 20 minutes’ walk.
Book your luxury holidays in Lassi with Sovereign and we’ll help you get the most from your time away. We’ll help you choose the right property from our fantastic selection, with something for couples, families and explorers. Choose to stay at the Enalion Suites and you can enjoy fantastic views, a lagoon style swimming pool with massage jets, a luxury restaurant, and fantastic fully personalised service.
Flight time from the UK to Kefalonia is around 3 hours.
Transfer time from Kefalonia airport to Lassi is approximately 10 minutes.
Like the rest of the Greek islands, Kefalonia promises near-perfect beach weather. July and August are when the mercury reaches its peak, with temperatures often reaching the low 30s. For something a little cooler, you can still enjoy plenty of sunshine and temperatures in the early to mid-20s in May and October.
Currently visas are not required for UK citizens travelling to Greece.
In Greece, a service charge will be included in the bill at restaurants and bars. Much like the UK, an additional tip is not required, although is appreciated for particularly good service. It is common to round off the amount when paying cash, particularly with wait staff and taxi drivers.
The official language of Greece is Greek. English is widely spoken, too, so getting by is easy.