The beach of Myrtos, or simply Myrtos, is located on the island of Kefalonia. It is recognized as the island's most famous beach and one of its key attractions, as it has attracted a large number of visitors in recent years. It's in the northern portion of the island, in the Pylareon Municipality, 18 miles north of Argostoli. Divarata, 1 mile south of the seashore, is the closest village. Due to the currents in the area, it boasts white pebbles and blue waters. The beach is about 0.62 miles long and is bordered by cliffs. A small cave can be seen on the cliff's edge.
The beach has received the blue flag and has also been named the finest beach in Greece 11 times, more often than any other beach, in a poll conducted by thalassa.gr. Myrtos Beach is a well-kept beach with a canteen, umbrellas, sunbeds, and a lifeguard on duty. Because it is an open bay, the beach is perilous because large waves might develop during poor weather, and many swimmers have perished as a result. Every August, the Cultural Summer, a music event hosted by the municipality of Pylareon, takes place on the beach.