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Kefalonia island

Kefalonia Greece, being the largest Ionian island, offers unlimited options for activities and recreation. Hundreds of exquisite sandy and pebbled beaches can be found along the coastline. Countless activities and traditional festivals are held, spanning from April to October. View all options here and select the ones that suite your personal needs. Thousands of years of History and Culture guarantee that Kefalonia hosts some of the most important Cultural and Natural landmarks across Greece. Mycenean tombs, extraordinary natural phenomena or picturesque villages. Every landmark has its own unique story to tell and awaits to be explored.

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Kefalonia on WikiPedia

Kefalonia is the largest of the Ionian Islands in western Greece with a total area of 781 sq. km. (302 sq. mi.) and a population of 35,801 (2011 census). It is a separate regional unit of the Ionian Islands region and consists a single municipality, the Municipality of Kefalonia. The capital of Kefalonia is the town of Argostoli in the South, a modern town with 10,633 (2011 census) residents. An island with a diverse landscape, full of natural “mysteries” and surprises that will surely impress its visitors. In the summer, visitors can explore more than 100 beaches around the island, visit unique historical and natural landmarks, take a drive to the highest mountain in the Ionian islands (Ainos-1628 m.) or take part in one of many local festivals and taste local products and the exquisite local wines. An island of endless points of interest. A unique holiday experience.

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Mt. Aenos National Park in Kefalonia

Mt. Aenos National Park

The highest peak in Kefalonia, and the second highest of any Greek island, Mt. Aenos reaches an altitude of 1,628m, and spreads over roughly 285 square km. The surrounding area has been designated a National park, and is covered with a rare species of fir (Abies Cephalonica) and black pine. There are many ways to explore the area, including car, bicycle and foot, and …

Argostoli Boardwalk in Kefalonia

Argostoli Boardwalk

The walkway along the pier in Argostoli is paved with pebbles and lined with palm trees, making this an ideal place for a light stroll. In the mornings this area bustles with activity, the highlight of which is local fisherman docking their boats to peddle their wares to the passers-by, almost as a subtle reminder of times gone by. If lucky, one might also …

Napier Gardens in Argostoli Kefalonia

Napier Gardens in Argostoli

An unexpected paradise in the center of Argostoli, Napier Gardens is a small but beautiful park located right above the main square. After recent renovation, it has been outfitted with cobblestone pathways, benches, picnic tables, and light fixtures so that the space may be enjoyed by visitors into the late hours of the day. The land on which the park was developed once belonged …

Kefalos Municipal Theater in Argostoli

Kefalos Municipal Theater in Argostoli

Originally built in 1857 by a Venetian architect, Kefalos Theater has been a pillar of the island’s cultural heritage. Though it was destroyed following enemy bombings in 1943, the theater was subsequently reconstructed in the aims of continuing the long-held tradition of artistic creation and appreciation.

Korgialenios Library in Argostoli

Korgialenios Library in Argostoli

The Korgialenio public library was founded in 1924 thanks to a sizeable donation by Marinos Korgialenios. Though the site was significantly damaged in the 1953 earthquake, the building was restored to maintain its original architectural lines. The collection boasts upwards of 50,000 volumes, and aside from the typical library fare, one can find many rare books and manuscripts. Some of these include manuscripts of …

Korgialenios Museum of Folklore and Cultural History in Argostoli Kefalonia

Korgialenios Museum of Folklore and Cultural History i...

The Korgialenios museum can be found on the ground floor of the Korgialenios library complex. Established in 1962 by Eleni Kosmetatou, the collection takes the visitor on a tour of life on the island prior to the 1953. Exhibits include traditional costumes, furniture, heirlooms, ecclesiastical art, embroidery patterns, coins, jewels, manuscripts, and much more.

De Bosset Bridge in Argostoli Kefalonia

De Bosset Bridge in Argostoli

Built in 1813 by the Swiss engineer Charles Philippe DeBosset, the bridge connecting Argostoli with the village of Drapano was an architectural feat—the longest stone bridge to cross seawater. Midway across stands an obelisk structure commemorating its completion in four languages; Greek, English, Italian, and Latin. Though the inscription was modified by subsequent ruling forces, it originally read: “To the glory of the British …

Lighthouse Agion Theodoron in Argostoli Kefalonia

Lighthouse Agion Theodoron in Argostoli

The lighthouse was originally built in 1828 during the British occupation. It was ruined by the 1953 earthquake and was replaced in the 1960’s by a replica of the original built by Takis Pavlatos. It is a circular Doric structure with 20 columns and a 8m. tall tower.

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