Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Liveloula Collection Liveloula shop offers great ideas for gifts! There is something for everyone in this charming shop, a wide selection of accessories, clothes, shoes, jewellery, hats and nice sandals! The shop is centrally located in the traditional harbor of Fiscardo. Contact Info Please mention Kefalonia By Anna and receive 10% […]
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Ionian Discoveries – Marine Adventure This charming and friendly team offer a special voyage of excitement and discovery for friends and families (even with young children) on their traditional Greek wooden boat called a Kaiki . From the moment you arrive on board you will be totally looked after, as the group sizes […]
“Faros” trail is one of the three walking trails in Fiscardo that were recently organised by “Asteris” club along with the Panhellenic “Greece’s Paths” team.
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Odysseas Taverna Situated on Agia Jerousalem beach, where you can enjoy a swim before you eat, this is a family run taverna that is well worth the 20 minute drive from Fiscardo.There is no menu but an invitation to go inside and look at the chalk board telling you what ‘mama’ had […]
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Captain Vangeli’s Special Cruises Explore one of the most stunning coastlines of the Mediterranean Sea! Captain Vangelis welcomes you on board to discover some of the hidden and unreachable beaches of Kefalonia, Ithaca, Fiscardo, and Zakynthos. While staying in Skala, or visiting the are for a day you can arrange a […]
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Regina’s Boats A fun and exciting way to explore Kefalonia Many regular visitors to Fiscardo will know Yianni and Regina, who operate the Regina’s Boats in the harbour, as they have been in operation for over 11 years. They are a family owned Kefalonian boat hire company and their aim is […]
The “Asteris” Club has given to visitors, as well as locals, a special gift by completing the signage of three beautiful paths which start from Fiskardo and are up to 10km in length.
Relax under the olive trees Foki is 1.5km from Fiscardo village (accessible by foot) in the region of Erissos. The name comes from the frequent appearance of the monk seal (Fokia in Greek) Monachus Monachus. The beach is not organized and is ideal for those who love shade, tranquility and pebbly beaches.
Church’s ruins The Byzantine Basilica of Fiscardo dates back to the 6th century AD. An impressive Venetian Lighthouse is still standing there with a later British built replacement at the back. The remains of a Byzantine Basilica stand nearby.
Volunteering for environment The Nautical and Environmental Museum in Fiscardo is the result of various collaborative projects aimed at the preservation of the island’s natural inheritance, as well as the promotion of environmental awareness in the general public. Since its inception, the museum remains vital thanks to the continued cooperation of local authorities and devoted volunteers.
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Romantika, Daily Cruises If you want to go on a daily cruise around the island or visit the nearby islands, have a look at the Romantika, timetable and routes leaving from Agia Efimia harbour every morning.
Preserved beauty! Fiscardo is a picturesque and cosmopolitan harbour village, 60km from the capital of Argostoli and 32km from Agia Efimia at the northest part of the island. It is situated in the beautiful region of Erissos, with its rolling hills covered with olive and impressive cypress trees. Fiscardo and Assos are both unique in […]