The original church in Anninata was destroyed by the earthquake of 1953 and restored in 1954 unfortunately it was destroyed again by a big fire in 1986.
In recent years, … see more
About 3km up the coast from Skala towards Poros are the ruins of the Archaic Temple of Apollo and next to these ruins is the little Church of St George. … see more
The myth surrounding these small grey/black snakes, which appear to have a cross on their heads and cross shaped tongues comes from the year 1705, when the monastery in the … see more
Just outside of Skala below the village of Ratzakli there are two popular sandy beaches, Mounda beach & Kaminia beach. Although there are two names given to this beach front, … see more
Koroni beach is approximately 250m of sand/shingle mix on the south coast of Kefalonia.
It is accessed by 3km of downhill tarmac road and dirt track, so be careful in … see more
Up through the gorge out of the west side of Poros towards Tzanata you will find this well-preserved Mycenaean Tholos Tomb which dates back to 1350 BC and was excavated … see more
This trail begins from a small roadside clearing at Limenia beach, Poros, there is enough room for a few cars to safely park here. The walk takes about 1 hour, … see more
On the edge of the village of Skala are the remains of a Roman villa, it is believed the land owner discovered the villa by accident in 1944 and excavations … see more
The balcony of Kelari Taverna in Old Skala is an incredible viewpoint in the south east of the island.
During the daytime you will get uninterrupted views across the Ionian … see more