Lepeda Beach

This is a charming beach in a unique setting! Stretching 2 km south of Lixouri this beach has an impressive rock that welcomes you upon arrival creating a stunning natural background to the beautiful beach and the little lake created by the sea entering from the side. Reddish brown sand with shallow clear waters ideal for families with… Read more

Kefala’s Kiln, Kaminia

The area Kaminia (kilns), located 32 km from Argostoli, took its name from roof tile artisanship that flourished on the south hill side village of Ratzakli. The development of roof tile making in this area has been sustained by an ample amount of argil that the locals call “glina” which is found on the slopes… Read more

Olive Story Museum, Makriotika

Located 5 min from Agia Efimia, at the traditional village of Makriotika, there is a little Olive Museum! (opening times for 2019 not yet announced) Olive oil production is a major component of Kefalonian economy. Until the 18th Century the quantity of olive oil produced on the island just covered the needs of the residents…. Read more

Emblissi Beach, Erissos

This is a beautiful white pebbled beach, located 2km from Fiscardo village and 31km from Agia Efimia. Flat rock formations on both sides of the beach create a magical setting as well as serving sunbathers wanting to enjoy their privacy. The beach is not organised, so you can enjoy more the natural beauty with the surrounding lush… Read more

Casa-Museo / House-Museum, Karavomylos

Kefalonia by Anna suggests… This is a very special house-museum created by Takis Tokkas with a passion, deep knowledge of Kefalonian history and traditions, and a lot of personal work! It is worth a visit to see the collection especially as you will be guided by the creator himself! You are invited to explore and… Read more

Monastery of Mother of God-“Themata”

Monastery of Mother of God-“Themata” was built in the 11th century on the slope of Agia Dinati near Makriotika, just 6 km from Agia Efimia.

Koutavos Lagoon and De Bosset (Drapano) Bridge

One of the best attractions in the capital of Kefalonia, Argostoli, is the Koutavos Lagoon, a feeding ground for the turtles caretta caretta, wild ducks, black headed hens and swans, a variety of fish and a stop for many migrating birds.

Roman Villa, Agia Efimia

At the heart of Agia Efimia, archeologists have identified traces of an ancient Roman Villa and mosaics from the Roman Period. When you visit this beautiful village you can find it, on the road where the diving centre is located. From there you can take the steps to the little parallel road above the coast…. Read more

Roman Villa, Skala

On the edge of the present village of Skala,  is the remains of a 3rd-century Roman Villa with some remarkably well preserved mosaics.

Mazarakata Tombs, Livathos

Located five kilometers outside Argostoli and towards Pessada, you come across the Mazarakata Tombs, found in the early 20th century.

Botanical Garden (Kefalonia Botanica), Argostoli

Kefalonia Botanica was established in 1998 at the initiative of the Focas-Cosmetatos Foundation. Its original aims were the preservation and display of the wild and endemic plants of Kefalonia and the promotion of environmental issues.

Focas-Cosmetatos Foundation

The Focas-Cosmetatos Foundation is located in Argostoli, Kefalonia. It was established in 1984 with the endowment of the three brothers Spiridon, Kosmetos and Nikolaos Focas-Cosmetatos.The initial aims of the Foundation were: a) the conversion of the family house into a Museum displaying their personal collections and b) the publication of studies on Kefalonia and the… Read more

Atros Monastery Trail

Panagia of Atros is the oldest monastery of Kefalonia, sits at an altitude of 760 meters above the bay of Poros, 37 km from Argostoli. Built around the 8th century, it is a rare element of monastic architecture. Until this day the medieval tower is still preserved in good condition. It was destroyed many times by earthquakes and fire. But… Read more

Ancient Sami, trail

Walk through history and enjoy magnificent views Located about 9km from Agia Efimia and 2km from Sami, on the top of the hill, stands the ancient Acropolis of Sami. If you enjoy walking, try the following route: On your way to or back from Antisamos beach, you follow the sign to “Ancient Acropolis of Sami” with the car.

Lagadakia beaches

  Lagadakia is a small bay located in the Paliki region – 7km from Vatsa beach. It is a white pebble beach with crystal green waters surrounded by beautiful landscape and big rocks around the bay, ideal for snorkelling and scuba diving.

Foki Beach

Relax under the olive trees Foki is 1.5km from Fiskardo 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, tranquillity and pebbly beaches.

Kounopetra

One more nature’s paradox! On your day trip around the area of Paliki, if you pass from the south, stop for a visit at Kounopetra. Just 8kms from Lixouri town, close to Xi and Vatsa beaches and Gero Gobos Lighthouse, you will find a sign explaining about this geological phenomenon.