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De Bosset Bridge

The historic bridge of Argostoli, known as the De Bosset Bridge, was erected in 1813 by Charles Philip…

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Kosmetatou Mansion

Kosmetatou Listed Mansion stands on Rizospaston Avenue and is one of the few buildings in Argostoli to have…

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Drogarati Cave

Drogarati cave is one of the largest and most attractive geological formations in the region around Sami as…

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Saints Theodore Lighthouse (Fanari)

One of the most well known sights on the coastal road from Argostoli to Lassi is the Lighthouse…

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Ammes Beach

Ammes is a small sandy beach at the edge of Kefalonia Airport and it is approximately 9km away…

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Argostoli Harbour

The bay of Argostoli provides the town with one of the few natural harbours in the entire Mediterranean.…

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Church of Evangelistria at Kastro

This single-chamber basilica was the cathedral of the medieval capital of Kastro and bears a marble inscription dating…

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Myrtos beach

Myrtos beach is a stamp for the island. Nowadays, the name of Kefalonia is closely related to Myrtos…

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Katavothres

Located about two kilometres from the capital Argostoli, on the coastal road to Lassi, are the island’s most…

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Saint Spyridon Church

The church of Saint Spyridon stands in the widest section of the pedestrian shopping street known as Lithostroto.…

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Kefalonia Resorts

St. Efimia is one of the most beautiful seaside villages of Kefalonia, 9 km from Sami and 34 km from the capital, Argostoli. On the way from Sami to Agia Efimia you will see a small rocky hill side from one side and on the

Argostoli is the island's largest city and is the commercial and administrative center of Kefalonia. Here is the largest harbor of the island and the most crowded place. A single ride is not enough to get to know Argostoli, as the city has many places

The peninsula of Lassi is located 1 km southwest of Argostoli and is one of the most popular areas of the island. It boasts for its natural beauty, intense nightlife and tourist infrastructure that meet every requirement. You will find restaurants and taverns which you

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  • Beaches
  • Makris & Platis Yialos

    Makris & Platis Yialos

    Makris and Platis Yialos are just 3 km from the centre of Argostoli and are…

    Xi beach

    Xi beach

    Xi beach is one of the most known beaches in the island, it is very…

    Ammes Beach

    Ammes Beach

    Ammes is a small sandy beach at the edge of Kefalonia Airport and it is…

    Antisamos

    Antisamos

    Antisamos lies near the port of Sami, just 22 km from Argostoli, and is considered…

  • Attractions
  • Kosmetatou Mansion

    Kosmetatou Mansion

    Kosmetatou Listed Mansion stands on Rizospaston Avenue and is one of the few buildings in…

    Melissani Cave Lake

    Melissani Cave Lake

    The cave lake of Melissani is one of the most enchanting and well known attractions…

    Napier Gardens

    Napier Gardens

    Napier Gardens is named after Sir Charles Napier, a 19th century British governor of the…

    Drogarati Cave

    Drogarati Cave

    Drogarati cave is one of the largest and most attractive geological formations in the region…

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