Assos, is a simple, even rustic village with its own national heritage castle. The village, of about a 100 inhabitants, contains some fine examples of Venetian architecture commonly found on Kefalonia before the 1953 earthquake and the region is one of great scenic beauty.
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Situated 7 km north of Sami on the east coast, Aghia Efimia is a very pretty fishing village with a well sheltered harbour lined with traditional tavernas and cafes. The village presents captivating views of the island of Ithaka across the Ionian Sea. Cruisers depart for neighbouring islands of Lefkas and Ithaca and small motor-boats are an ideal way to explore the area.
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The capital of Kefalonia, Argostoli, is ideally situated for visiting all that Kefalonia has to offer as well as offering plenty of choice for shopping and dining. The bustling port is a focal point with fishing caiques, ferries, cruise boats and private yachts all competing for space in the harbour. A place where you can blend in with the loals.
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