Kefalonia’s rich historical past and it’s unique geological phenomena give rise to a variety of interesting facts! Here are just a few of them… Katavothres is a unique geological phenomenon where sea water enters sinkholes and going against the laws of nature, it seems to magically disappear underground before re-appearing on the other side… Read more
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Aristofanis Restaurant, Argostoli For great views of the De Bosset Bridge and monument by Koutavos Lagoon and a good variety of fish dishes, take a break at Aristofanis Argostoli. Traditional Greek dishes, with local specialities. Contact Info Please mention Kefalonia By Anna when you contact Aristofanis Restaurant, Argostoli | Leof. Antoni… Read more
During October 2018 the beautiful De Bosset (Drapano) stone bridge which spans the Koutavos Lagoon in Argostoli was officially certified the world’s longest (680m) stone bridge on a sea water body by Official World Record. The bridge was constructed in 1813 by Colonel Charles Philip de Bosset (a Swiss engineer in the employ of the… Read more
It is not the first time I share with you my excitement to go for a walk after a heavy rain. I explain to some of my guests sometimes that they should not get down by a small storm while on holidays here, as the sight of the sky, the clear atmosphere and the sea colors will compensate… Read more
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.