We’re a family of four from Devon in the UK. We normally go on holiday in our campervan, but our two sons who are now young adults, are finding this is increasingly unappealing. Although summer is the busiest period for those of us working in the world of tourism we are lucky enough to meet… Read more
Assos, a short walk, a wall, a cat and loads of colour through a mobile phone!
The Βarcarolle (or Varkarolla) Festival is held every year on the 24th of August in the beautiful village of Assos as well as in Lixouri. The event in Assos has been combined with the religious celebration of Saint Cosmas of Aetolia, a great preacher and prophet that came to Kefalonia in 1777 for the first time. On… Read more
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Melissa Fishing Boat Tour Captain Simos offers an unforgettable boat tour exploring the most amazing side of Kefalonian coastline at the eastern side of Paliki Peninsula. There are two different routes you can choose from, both include breathtaking scenery, unique turquoise waters and endless ideal spots for swimming and diving as… Read more
Whether you are on vacation with your family, partner or friends, if you enjoy walking this is one of the easiest still breathtaking trails that you can take. You will have to drive to the little village of Drapanitika, in the region of Erissos at the northern part of Kefalonia, and leave your car there…. Read more
This is one of the best tours you can do while spending your holidays in Kefalonia! You start your trip from the bay of Agia Kyriaki with a boat (contact us for more details). You will have the chance to explore the north part towards Assos and the south part towards Atheras. If you decide… Read more
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… A lovely shop with unique items from all over Greece!! Lemon Tree has in store for you handmade objects of all kinds, that promote only the best of Greece! Here you will find a selection of jewellery, ceramics, scarfs, bags, olive wood objects, soaps, local spirits and many more. Contact Info… Read more
A special day! Situated on the north west coast of the island, 25 km from Agia Efimia the fortress at Assos is the larger of the two castles on Kefalonia, and is one of the largest castles in Greece.
Love at first sight! Assos is a charming little harbour village located 36 km north of Argostoli and 24km from Agia Efimia, and has less than 100 permanent inhabitants. Tiny and secluded, it is a romantic setting and my favourite shelter, both in winter and summer!