Regions of Kefalonia

Kourkoumelata

  One of the prettiest villages is Kourkoumelata. The village is 10 km from Argostoli, located in the southwestern part of the island. The story begins in the village where 15th century inhabited by the first inhabitants Kourkoumelis, from where it got its name. The earthquakes of 1953 proved disastrous for most villages. The reconstruction of …

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Lassi

  Within walking distance from the beaches of Makris and Platis Gialos and just 1 km from Argostoli, you come across the peninsula of Lassi. This area is organized with all the necessary tourist infrastructure and offers a vibrant nightlife. These beaches are the most cosmopolitan beaches you can swim, while drinking your coffee in the sun and eating …

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Peratata

  Southwest of Kefalonia and 8 km from Argostoli is the traditional village Peratata. This is a beautiful green village, built on the slopes of mount Ainos. The village’s population stands at 500 residents. The western part of the village is called Travliata. On the hill north of Peratata, lies the fortress of Agios Georgios …

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Poros

  Poros is the third port of Kefalonia and simultaneously a very pretty village which combines the mountain and the sea. The last years, Poros has seen great tourism development. Each year more and more of the island’s guests prefer Poros as their destination. It is located on the southeastern coast of Kefalonia (14km from …

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Skala

Skala is located in the southern part of Kefalonia and is a relatively new village. It was build after the big earthquake of 1953, after the oldest village was completely destroyed. Each summer brings a fairly large number of tourists to this area; who enjoy the very long and sandy beach of Skala. It is …

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Zola

In the western part of the island, north of the peninsula Paliki, alternatively on the mountain is the village of Zola. This village will amaze you with its wild beauty and the many paths available for walking. The village has two churches; Church of Visitation and Agios Dimitrios (St. Demetrius). In honor of the Visitation, …

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Agia Efimia

  Agia Efimia is a beautiful small fishing village and a picturesque harbour that attracts every year many visitors and sailing boats.Agia Efimia is the capital of the Municipality of Pylaros and lies right across the island of Ithaca. You will come across Agia Efimia driving from Sami to the famous Myrtos Beach. Beautiful villages …

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Assos

  In the northern part of Kefalonia lies a beautiful village, Assos, belonging to the municipality of Erisos. The village is built like an amphitheatre around the peninsula, surrounded by pine and cypress trees awaiting the visitor to discover it. Prepare your camera because the scenery is absolutely unique. It is a traditional village which has retained …

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