The garden was established by the Focas-Cosmetatos Foundation in 1998 to preserve and display the native flora of the island. The site was formerly an olive grove. Different areas have … see more
The de Bosset bridge (formerly Drapano Bridge) connects Argostoli with settlements on the north side of the Koutavos Lagoon. It gets it name from the governor of the island during … see more
To the south west of Sami you will find the impressive Drogarati cave, a cave so large even orchestras have performed there. The cave was discovered 300 years ago when … see more
The memorial to the Acqui Division; an Italian infantry unit which was stationed on the island during the 2nd world war and allies of the German army.
They were brutally … see more
Round the northern end of the Argostoli peninsula is the mill wheel and sink holes. There is nothing spectacular about the wheel itself, it’s a replica constructed after previous ones … see more
On the coastal road between Argostoli and Lassi you cannot miss the Lighthouse of Saint Theodora. It stands proudly at the end of a walkway which extends into the sea. It is named after … see more
In nearby Karavamilos is the beautiful naturally occurring Melissani Lake. It was discovered in 1951 and is directly in the flow of sea water which runs under the island from … see more
Mount Aenos or Ainos is the tallest mountain on the Ioanian island of Cephalonia, Greece, with an elevation of 1,628 metres.
Its bedrock is dominantly dolomite and limestone of Cretaceous … see more
The winery and vineyards are set amongst the rolling hills in the picturesque Omala Valley in the Robola Zone.
In 1982, the growers of the Robola Zone, in order to … see more
From the small beach next to the ferry port it is possible to walk round to the Venetian lighthouse on the north side; on the way you will pass the … see more