Kotsanas Museum Of Ancient Greek Technology, Argostoli

Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Part of a series of museums throughout Greece that studies, highlights and presents to visitors the technology of ancient Greeks. Robotics and computers, steam-driven and gas propulsion, automotive and automatic navigation, automation and automation programming, telecommunications and encryption, geodesy and mapping, utilization of hydraulic and wind energy, the application of belt… Read more

Don’t have a car? Sit back, relax and take an excursion

If you are staying at the heart of the island in the Sami or Pylaros regions and want to explore the island or Ithaka without driving taking an excursion is a great way to do it! We can arrange four different excursions that include pick-up and drop-off from convenient locations in Agia Efimia, Karavomylos and… Read more

5 Easy Walks #1

Here you can find 5 of my favourite easy walks on Kefalonia island to enjoy with your family or friends. Low season is ideal time to explore, when the temperatures are cooler, there are more flowers, birds and less people of course! Assos Village to the Venetian Castle From the charming village of Assos take… Read more

Pie making!

Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Pie making activities! Would you like to learn the secret of making the perfect Greek pie, have you always wanted to make that perfect crust? Experience the creation – from start to finish – of a truly authentic Kefalonian speciality pie with a local baker, made to local tradition, using 100%… Read more

Fishing Tourism Kefalonia “Dimitrios-Efthimia”

Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Fishing Tourism Kefalonia “Dimitrios-Efthimia” Welcome Aboard!! Join and enjoy an unforgettable fishing cruise with your family or friends!! The hospitable fishing boat “Dimitrios-Efthimia” departs from Katelios harbour at 8:00a.m heading for the fishplace where we will have to chance to experience traditional fishing with nets or longline. If you like you… Read more

Calendar of Events 2019

Updated weekly as information is received. Throughout the year many events take place in Kefalonia -religious celebrations and feasts, arts festivals, wine and food festivals, gymnastic symposiums, road races and much more –  this calendar of events also includes national holidays and observances.  If you are organising an event, or know of something happening, and… Read more

Bikexpert – Contessina, Sami

Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Bikexpert – Contessina Located in the heart of Sami, bikexpert rent bicycles from Contessina Restaurant (combine it with a nice breakfast, lunch or dinner here). Explore the region on well maintained and modern mountain bikes. Explore Antisamos Beach, Ancient Sami, or ride to Agia Efimia! The staff will be happy to… Read more

3 Little Beaches near Argostoli

If you are visiting, or staying in, Argostoli and are looking for somewhere to relax, swim or picnic one of these three idyllic beaches maybe just what you’re looking for! You can walk or drive between the beaches : Fanari to Kalamia – walking approx. 43 min (3.4 km), driving approx. 8 min (3.4 km)… Read more

Yoga with Marco

Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Yoga with Marco Marco Ciardelli is from Milano, Italy. Previously he worked as senior producer for important Italian advertising and TV productions in Italy, Europe, UK and Asia. During those years Marco practiced, studied and improved the skills in Hatha Yoga and meditation practice with a degree with the master and artist… Read more

Kefalonia – The Family Friendly Island!

Greeks are well known for their friendly and welcoming attitude towards guests; it’s called Filoxenia. Literally translated as ‘hospitality’ Filoxenia encompasses so much more, it’s a generosity of spirit towards visitors and none more so than children! It’s commonplace for Greeks to go out of their way to make children welcome and happy, whatever their… Read more

Old Farsa Village, Argostoli

The village of Old Farsa lies 11 km north of Argostoli. Take the coast road north from Argostoli (Epar.Od. Argostoliou) towards Farsa. The village stands on the opposite side of the Paliki peninsula and has amazing sea views and a unique sunset. On reaching Farsa village take a right turn uphill, park and walk to… Read more

Traverso – Festival & Social Workshop / Programme for Traverso Festival 2018

Traverso means the forceful direction of a boat against the wind so as to avoid the waves that come to its sides. Similarly, Traverso social workshop decided to act upon an era in which the socio-political ‘waves’ brake upon us uncontrollably. Traverso aims to provide an opportunity for people to meet, socialize, exchange ideas, skills,… Read more

Old Vlachata Village, Sami

The ruins of Old Vlachata village are located on the hillside, 3km from Karavomylos village and can be reached on foot, by bike or by car following the signs to “Saristra Festival” from the main road of Sami – Karavomylos. Another interesting route begins at Themata Monastery, this route is only by foot as the… Read more

Davgata To Argostoli or St.Konstantinos beach, Walking Trail

This is an approx 1h walk from Davgata village to Argostoli over the beautiful bridge of the capital. Davgata village is located at approx 300m height on the slopes of  a mountain. The route is approx 5km through the old road (so it is very easy to walk) and offers magnificent views of the Argostoli… Read more

Dive into the underwater world of Kefalonia…

In October 2017 the Hellenic Tourism Organization hosted a diving conference in Kefalonia and invited journalists and diving photographers from the UK, Germany and Poland to experience what the island has to offer. With its amazing shoreline, breathtaking and diverse diving and a host of shipwrecks, Kefalonia offers an impressive destination for divers visiting Greece…. Read more