Attractions in Kefalonia

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Fiskardo

Fiskardo

amongst the most beautiful villages of Kefalonia. This is one of the few places left intact by the earthquake of 1953 and so it fully retains its original style

Argostoli

Argostoli

The capital of Kefalonia is a modern and lively city with a strong commercial and social life. Argostoli is situated on the edge of the eponymous bay, in a...

Assos

Assos

On the route from Argostoli to Fiskardo, Assos from afar looks like a green hourglass thrown into the sea. The magnificent view across the picturesque...

Argostoli

Katavothres

Two kilometers from the town of Argostoli, on the peripheries of Lassi is located the famous geological phenomenon of Katavothres which remained unexplained...

Sami

Melissanis Lake Cave

The imposing lake cave of Melissanis, 2 km outside Sami, is perhaps the most impressive attraction of the island. It is a true miracle of nature, featuring...

Sami

Drogarati Cave

Near the village Choliatata, 3 kilometers from Sami and at an altitude of 120 meters, you will find one of the most important and beautiful natural sights of...

Ainos

Ainos National Forest

The imposing Ainos, the lung of Kefalonia, rises from the southeastern part of the island, full of pristine fir forests and endless hiking trails. It is the...

Skala

Skala

In the southeastern tip of Kefalonia, Skala appears immersed in a pine forest that separates it from the crystal clear waters. At a distance of 35 km. from...

Sami

Sami

At a distance of 22 km. from Argostoli, on the east coast of Kefalonia, awaits a green tourist town and the largest port of the island, which is connected to...

Argostoli

Korgialeneio Historical and Folklore Museum

The Historical and Folklore Museum of Argostoli, which is housed in the listed building of Korgialenios Library enables you to gain an insight into the...

Valsamata

The Monastery of Agios Gerasimos

The most important monastery of the island lies on the plateau of Omalo, on top of a green valley, near the village of Balsamata. The Monastery of Agios...

Poros

Atros Monastery

The oldest monastery of Kefalonia is the Panagia of Atros, which sits at an altitude of 760 meters above the bay of Poros. Built around the 8th century, when...

Argostoli

The Lantern of St. Theodore

The Lantern of St. Theodore (or Lighthouse Argostoli) is located in the area of Lassi, near Katavothres, about 3 km outside of Argostoli. One of the most...

Argostoli

Napier Gardens

One of the most green and beautiful spots in Argostoli is the garden of Napier. It is a lush park, with a great variety of trees and plants, winding paths,...

Peratata

St. George’s Castle

The medieval castle of Kefalonia sits imposingly on a hill above the village Peratata, 7 km away from Argostoli. It was most likely built in the 12th century...

Agia Efimia

Agia Euphemia

One of the most beautiful villages of the north side of the island, Agia Euphemia with its picturesque harbor offers the perfect setting for a carefree...

Lixouri

Lixouri

A ferry connects Argostoli with the second largest city of Kefalonia Lixouri, on the other side of the bay. "Piccolo Paris", as the locals call it, is...

Kourkoumelata

Kourkoumelata

At a distance of 10 km. from Argostoli, in the Livathos area, you will come across a jewel of a village, of which you never get your fill of walking around...

Poros

Poros

Located 45 km from Argostoli and 24 km from Sami, Poros is the third most important port of the island, connecting Kefalonia to Kyllini in the Peloponnese....

Argostoli

Foka-Cosmetatos Foundation

Near the central square of Argostoli, the Foka-Cosmetatos Foundation is housed in the historic family home of Foka-Cosmetatos, which was rebuilt after the...