The picturesque town of Argostoli is built on the hill that rises from the Koutavos lagoon and the large natural harbor. The town was rebuilt after the catastrophic earthquake of 1953. Argostoli is a cosmopolitan busy city, especially during the summer season, and offers a variety of interesting features and activities. The reference point is the central Vallianou Square, surrounded by restaurants, cafes and bars. Just above the square is the historic Napier Garden.


Aghia Efimia is part of the municipality of Pylaros which takes its natural borders from mountains (from north to south) and from the sea (from West to East). Situated 7 km north of Sami, on the east coast of Kefalonia and 30 kms from Argostoli, it is a picturesque fishing village with a well sheltered harbor.


Just north of the stunning Myrtos beach lays the tiny and secluded village of Assos, which is one of the most beautiful and picturesque villages of the island. Built amphitheatrically around the homonymous peninsula, it is surrounded by luscious green scenery and verdant forests. Pine and cypress trees and the crystal clear blue waters of the Ionian Sea, create a unique combination and make Assos an ideal setting for relaxing vacations.


A former fishing village that has transformed into a high status cosmopolitan resort, without losing its quintessence. Fiscardo was left virtually unscathed by the 1953 earthquake and still carries the traditional colour, the grace and the beauty of the island. A stroll around the narrow alleys will make you feel like a time traveler, rolling a century back.