Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Loui Per – Handmade Dolls by Louisa “The doll made of humble materials has been for many centuries the favorite, and most often the only toy. Traditionally it was made by the mother or grandmother (a law in my place) or even the children themselves. Indeed, here in Kefalonia they called… Read more
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Lixouri Cruises by Gloria, Lixouri Take a daily cruise, a sunset cruise, a private cruise or a cruise to Zante on this beautiful and comfortable boat. Visit Vardiani Island, isolated beaches, swim and snorkel and have a wonderful homemade lunch on board. Or take a day trip to Zante and visit… Read more
Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Poseidon Fishing Tourism Join Captain Gerasimos Mourelatos a fisherman for 40 years in Kefalonia on his vessel Poseidon. Setting sail around 8.30 in the morning and returning at around 4pm. Pick up and drop off at the Lixouri Harbor or Argostoli Harbor. Day includes collecting the catch, laying the nets and… Read more
The Carnival in Lixouri has a great tradition as being the best in Kefalonia – and some say in Greece! The Carnival season (or “Mascara” in Kefalonia) comes to an end with the carnival parade on the last Sunday before lent begins in the rest of Greece, but in Kefalonia we sometimes have dances on… Read more
If you want to spend an unforgettable day cruising the northwest coast of Kefalonia, visiting and swimming at two of the best beaches of the island, having fun and dancing with an extremely caring and lively crew, drinking local wine and enjoying a bbq by the sea then Lady O is the best option you… Read more
There are some places that are memorable! This eastern coast of Paliki peninsula is a breathtaking sight ! Turquoise waters, amazing dramatic coastline, unique scenery, all combined create a magical environment that you should not miss while travelling to Kefalonia. Can be visited by boat or on foot, there is no road access to it! I… Read more
Located at the west of Kefalonia island, Paliki’s name comes from the ancient town of Pali, located at the north of Lixouri, now an archaeological site. Paliki, for some was considered to be the Homeric Ithaca… The peninsula is very different from the rest of Kefalonia, with a unique morphology of flat farmland and vineyards, a… Read more
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.
Located 11km from Lixouri on the Paliki Penisula you will find Gero Gobos Lighthouse – one of the most important lighthouses in the Adriatic Sea – it stands at the southwest corner of Kefalonia on the Paliki Penisula. If you visit Lagadakia beach, an untouched cove located one km away, you can end your day by… Read more
Kefalonia’s second largest town It is a beautiful little town, the second largest after Argostoli and the biggest one in the peninsula of Paliki. Lixouri is a lively working town and port with an interesting street layout, an impressive main square and houses with gardens full of flowers.