For those staying in the area of Pylaros, this is a great opportunity to explore the area, enjoying unspoilt views of Agia Efimia, Sami bay and Pylaros valley while discovering the Agia Dynati mountain. If you want to walk this trail, you will need to take the road next to the pharmacy of Agia Efimia… Read more
3 km from Sami on the main road leading to the capital, Argostoli you can stop for a 2,5h refreshing walk. It is an easy trail you can enjoy together with your family and stop for a pic nic! This is a very different side of Kefalonian nature. A fordable walking trail by the river, passing… Read more
The Latin root of the word “carnis” means “meat”. Carnival translates as “putting away meat”, in order to purify before Easter. Lixouri has a great tradition, holding the best carnival in Kefalonia and one of the best of Greece, taking place on the last Sunday before Lent. Every year loads of people gather at the heart… Read more
Erissos is the northern region of Kefalonia, including two of the most impressive villages of the island, picturesque Assos and cosmopolitan Fiskardo . The rest of the area has numerous villages with traditional houses, and has an equally preserved character that in conjunction with the wild nature, the beautiful little beaches with green crystal clear waters, the stunning… Read more
The spring has come very early this year, it is the beginning of March and the almond trees are already blossomed! It is exactly a year now that I came to live at this beautiful village, and even though I walk around it every day, there is always another point of view! This time I… Read more
“Faros” trail is one of the three walking trails in Fiskardo that were recently organised by “Asteris” club along with the Panhellenic “Greece’s Paths” team. Total Length: 850 meters Estimated Time: 30 minutes
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.
Magic! Mountain Ainos, located 30 km from Argostoli, known as Monte Nero (Black Mountain) during the Venetian period due to thick forestation of the dark Kefalonian Fir tree (Abies Cephalonica), is the tallest mountain of the Ionian islands with an elevation of 1,628 metres (5,341 ft).