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Listed under Islands in Ionian Islands, Greece.

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One of the largest Greek islands, Kefalonia is also one of Greece's fastest growing municipalities. With a population approaching 45,000, Kefalonia is also one of Greece's fastest growing tourist destinations. Even though the island has many beaches, most of them are not accessible by land. The nightlife is great in the islands largest city of Argostoli which has a population of over 9,000. Southern Kefalonia boasts an amazing coastline and numerous beaches. Renting a car is essential for seeing all that this island has to offer.

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Written by  Tony Owusu.

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How hot is greece september times?

How is the weather in september?

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Hi Loreen, I'd say the weather can be between 20-30 degrees so very nice. Been in November too and the weather was about 23. Hope you enjoy yourself if you go :-)

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