Kefalonia Sights

The castle (Kastro) of Assos, the focal point of Assos's peninsula, was built by the Venetians in the late 16th century in order to protect the city from pirate raids. Today, one can still admire part of the walls and the arched entrance gate. In the Castle, one can see the ruins of the Venetian High Commissioner's house, the barracks and the church of Agios Markos...Read more...






Kefalonian locL Cusine

Watching the Kefalonians eat is a pleasure in itself. Seldom do they order individually, instead they order a vast number of communal dishes which fill the table to overflowing. They are far less concerned about cold food and many dishes that arrive hot are cold before they are eaten.Tavernas are obliged to have a menu but many still do not. Instead diners will be shown a glass show case exhibiting the range of dishes available or, as is still very common ...Read more...



Kefalonia Beaches

Skala: Blue Flag. Watersports. Beautiful sandy beach with shallow waters backed by a small pine forest. Plenty of sun-beds and beach umbrellas available and choice of snack-bars. Water sports centre on the beach. This is one of the most popular beach resorts on the island.From Skala beach you can walk for about 45 mins to one hour allong the coastline to reach Mounda beach...Read  more...


Skala GR-28086 Kefalonia (Chephalonia) / Hellas
Tel.: +30 2671083627 Fax: +30 2671083626

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