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Fiscardo


At the northern tip of the penisula is Fiscardo a captivating seaside village. Many of the pastel-coloured quayside houses, some of them dating back from Ventian times, have been turned into pictureque tavernas, bars and shops. 

Fiscardo was one of the few islands to survive the diastrous earthquake of 1953 and the original Venetian architecture remains intact. The picturesque fishing village resembles a horseshoe shaped bay filled with fishing caiques and yachts and is well known for its beautiful waterfront  tavernas/restauraunts and boutique style shops.

The restauraunts in Fiscardo are amongst the best in Kefalonia. Stretching from one end of the harbour to the other, they're predominantly grill house and seafood restauraunts. The most famous in Fiscardo (and in fact all of Kefalonia) is Tassia's restauraunt, run by Tassia of the Dendrinos family. The restauraunt has earned its formidable reputation over a number of years, and Tassia is also the author of a number of bestselling cooker books and is somewhat of a celebrity chef on Greek television. Being one of the oldest fishing villages in Kefalonia, it goes without saying that fresh fish is always on the menu. 

Fiscardo certainly has a cosmpoliatn feel about it, particularly at night when the lights along the promenade fill the harbour while both tourists and locals enjoy their evening stroll to one of the splendid restauraunts.

Fiscardo is ideally situated with some of the loviest beaches in Kefalonia and all in easy access from your villa. All of the beaches are pebble, some with coarse sand along the water's edge. All along the east coast from Fiscardo down to Agia Efimia are beautiful little bays which are inaccessible by vehicle. The best way to discover these secluded beaches is to hire a boat for a day, take a picnic lunch and cruise along the channel. On a calm day (which is virtually every day) you can even make a day trip across the channel to neighbouring Ithaca, which only takes twenty minutes from Fiscardo. 

The breath taking Myrtos beach is highly recommended and worth visiting. It is one of the most photogenic beaches in the whole of Greece and world famous for its turquise water and bright white smooth marble pebles from which its formed. Myrtos beach can be found only 20km away. 

 Fiscardo - simply paradise !

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Old Skala


On the south eastern tip of the island, set into the steep mountainside, amongst fragrant scented pine and olive groves, with stunning panoramic views over the Ionian sea towards the island of Zante, lay the ruins of the original village of Skala which was destroyed by the 1953 earthquake.  The people of Skala then relocated to the coast, less than 4 kilometres from the original village and this is now the resort of Skala. In 2006 the area surrounding the ruined village came alive again with painstaking attention to detail and designs that reflect both the villages history and the enviroment, using much of the original stonework.

Old Skala is ideal location for those who want to be close to three fantastic beaches, Skala, Kaminia and Mounda - (where on the latter two, the loggerhead turtles return annually to breed), and to the occasionally lively new resort that shares its name, whilst also being able to enjoy the views and convivial atmosphere of old skalas inviting and friendly taverna.

 

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Pessada


Pessada is a delightful rural village located in the south coast of Kefalonia. The pretty village of Pessada is home to the Divino winery, where visits and tasting are available. The village has a small ferry port 'Pessda Port' and fishing harbour. The ferry port provides the only connection to the island of Zakynthos, also known as Zante. 

Pessada is famous on the island for its seafaring traditions which brought its prosperity and small secluded cloves can be found nearby for a spot of fishing.

The neighbouring lovely resorts of Lassi, Spartia and Sarlata are all close by and the warm sunny beaches and deep blue turquoise waters of Trapezaki and Lourdas are less than 2 km away.

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Sarlata


In the centre of the island is  Sarlata a beautiful  unspoilt village which is a mainly residential area, close to the resorts of Spartia,Lassi, Lourdas, Pessada and the islands capital Argostoli is a 5 minute drive away. The village has a local church, shop and a sprinkling of delighful tavernas Argostoli the the islands capital offers a cosmpoltan mix of shops, bars and restauraunts and the ferry terminal provides a vital link to the Greek mainland, Italy and across the water to the Lixouri peninsula. 

For the keen explorer Sarlata is a great base located in the centre  of the island therefore easily accessible to the north of the island and the South.

 

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Spartia


Resplendent on the Islands south coast, nestling in to the flank of Mount Ainos and commanding breathtaking views of the Ionian Sea and the island of Zante. Spartia is a peaceful countryside area near Trapezaki. This small village still retains much of its original charm and character, untouched by the rapid passage  of time and offers a few small grocery stores and a handful of tavernas. Its maze liek streets were reputedly designed to confuse invading pirates in time gone by but nowadays, some well positioned  signs take you down a quiet country lane, past a few tavernas, to an attractive sandy beach. A little further downt he coast lies the rocky Cape Liakas, with stunning views across the bay and unusual rock formations, ideal for snorkeling.

 

 

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Trapezaki


Draped across the lower slopes of Mount Ainos and sheltered from the northern winds, Trapezaki is a mainly residential area, situated between Spartia and Lourdas on Kefalonia’s south coast. The area offers a relaxing mix of tranquility, stunning sea views of the island of Zante shimmering on the horizion, a gorgeous quiet sandy beach and a sprinkling of delightful, friendly tavernas. Along the coastline to the south west is St Thomas beach (Agios Thomas) and this too is a sandy beach, split across two rocky coves, with a couple of beachside tavernas. Both trapezaki and St thomas are only a short dirve from the small resort of lourdas. 

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