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DISCOVER FTERI BEACH

ABOUT US

Fteri Water Taxi is a sea transfer and boat trip service located at Zola Harbor near Agia Kyriaki beach.

Our family originates from the nearby village of Agonas and have generations of local knowledge about the island and more specifically the secrets of the North West coast.

We offer scheduled drop offs and pick ups from secluded beaches as well as
private or group boat trips in the lovely Myrtos Bay.
Let us introduce you to fteri beach and the wild and raw beauty of Kefalonia island.

Zola Harbor
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Fteri Water Taxi

WORKING  HOURS

10th May - 30th Sep

Mon - Sun: 9:30am - 6:30pm*

*subject to weather conditions and availability 

Drop-offs / Pick-ups

DESTINATIONS

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Day Trips

Drop-offs / Pick-ups

(Frequent Trips)

Enjoy these stunning beaches, stress free, and we will pick you up with our taxi boat at a time of your choice.

Fteri beach is the highlight of these secluded beaches. Impressive views, clear turquoise water and white cliffs combine to create an unforgettable experience. (20e)

Fteri beach

(Upon Request)

Can't decide which beach you want to visit? No problem! Book Boat Trip A, B or C and enjoy 5-6 hours exploring the coastline with several stops for swimming and finally, lunch. (from 65e)

Fteri beach

Fteri

Kamari Beach

Blue Lagoon

Fteri Beach

Amidi Beach

Atheras Port

On this boat trip we explore the west part of Myrtos bay. Starting at 9 am from Zola harbor, we make several stops for swimming and exploring the nearby beaches including Kamari, Fteri and Amidi. Our final stop is Atheras harbor where you can enjoy your lunch. We offer sandwiches with tomato, feta cheese, olives and lettuce which is accompanied with refreshments. Alternatively, you can try the local restaurant (not included in the price). We return to Zola harbor at approximately 3pm.

If this trip is booked privately we are able to make changes according to your needs.

75e

Assos

Assos

!!!Please be aware that the boat trips may be subject to alteration due to adverse weather conditions, technical reasons or by order of the local port authorities, so as to ensure the safety of our passengers. In this instance, passengers can choose the cruise on a different date. Subject to availability.
The Captain may change the schedule of the cruise so that it is a safe of weather conditions. No refunds after boats departure.
You need to be at least 15 minutes before the departure time.
The vessel is in full accordance with maritime law and has all the documents required by the Greek Government.
The crew is not responsible for loss of personal items. The crew is available througout the cruise for any sort of assistance!!!

AMIDI BEACH

Green hills cascade down towards Amidi beach, providing a unique and exotic backdrop. The water is incomparably clear and some scattered trees along the beach provide natural shade from the sun. (30e)

Amidi Beach

Amidi Beach

Fteri Beach

Blue Lagoon

Kamari Beach

Gianiskari Cave

Aspros Gialos

On this boat trip we visit the highlights of Myrtos bay, almost all of these beaches are only accessible by water. Leaving Zola harbor at 9am we first explore the West side of the bay. Starting with Amidi beach and then continuing to the East, cruising alongside the breathtaking scenery of the white cliffs and turquoise waters, we stop at Fteri beach. After which we proceed onto the blue lagoon and Kamari beach where you will discover beautiful small caves. Heading North, we visit Myrtos beach for pictures and Gianiskari cave where you can swim to the beach hidden inside. Our final stop is for lunch at Aspros Gialos beach. We stop for about 50 minutes on each stop for swimming, sunbathing etc.

We offer sandwiches with tomato, feta cheese, olives and lettuce which is accompanied with refreshments. We return to Zola harbor at approximately 3pm.

65e 

Atheras port

Atheras

Aspros Gialos

Gianiskari Cave

Myrtos Beach

Agios Panteleimonas

Assos

On this boat trip we explore the north part of Myrtos bay. Starting at 9am from Zola harbor we make several stops for swimming and exploring nearby beaches including Aspros Gialos, Gianiskari Cave, Myrtos beach and Agios Panteleimonas beach. Our final stop is for lunch at the traditional fishing village of Assos. We offer sandwiches with tomato, feta cheese, olives and lettuce which is accompanied with refreshments. Alternatively, you can try the local restaurant (not included in the price). We return to Zola harbor at approximately 3pm.

If this trip is booked privately we are able to make changes according to your needs

75e

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Fteri Water Taxi is committed to offering a personal and high quality service.

Questions, comments or special requests?

We would love to hear from you, so don’t hesitate to contact us.

Zola, Kefalonia, 28100

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FAQ

FAQ​​

  • How long does it take to get to the beaches with the water taxi?

It takes less than 10 minutes to get to Fteri beach and less than 15 minutes for Amidi beach.

  • How often do you make trips to Fteri beach?

Depending on availability we make 1-3 trips per hour.

  • Do those beaches have a beach bar or beach service?

No, make sure you have water and anything else you might need before you go (snacks, sun umbrellas, small sunbeds etc.)

  • Do I have to swim to get to the beach?

No, the water taxi will take you all the way to the beach for the drop-off and pick-up, you won't have to swim.
On the boat trips we stop a few meters away from the beaches.

  • How does the drop-off/pick-up work?

For the drop-offs and pick-ups we operate on a first come first served basis. Once you are at Zola harbor you can take the next available boat to Fteri and before you go you book the time of your return. We make 1-3 trips per hour and we can take up to 9 people on board.

  • How long do we spend at each stop on the beach on the boat trips?

We spend 40 to 50 minutes on each stop so you have enough time to swim, sunbathe and relax.

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