The Cyclopean Walls of Ancient Krani

Three kilometers east of Argostoli on the road to Sami, are the ruins of ancient Krani with its citadel. Ancient Krani was one of the four city-states that constituted the […]

The Vaulted Tomb in Tzannata

The tomb in Bourtzi was found just outside Tzannata in a wonderful environment with olive trees, cypresses and oaks. It was discovered in 1991 and excavated by archaeologist Dr. Lazarus […]

Korgialenios Library

The Korgialenios Library is located in the center of Argostoli and was founded by the legacy of Kefalonian Marinos Korgialenios in 1924. The current building has the same shape as […]

Kampanas Square

Walking along the shops on the main shopping street of Argostoli, Lithostroto, you will reach Kampana square. It is obvious that the name of the square comes from the bell […]

De Bosset Bridge

One of Kefalonia’s most notable and historical landmarks, the stone De Bosset bridge (or Drapanos Bridge) with its distinctive arches, can be found at Argostoli. It is the longest stone […]

Castle of Agios Georgios

Also known as the Castle of Kefalonia, the castle was built 800 years ago on a hill 320 metres high, at a distance of 7 km NA of Argostoli. The […]

Castle of Assos

The Venetian Castle of Assos is located at the top of the peninsula of Assos and is the largest of the two castles in Kefalonia. It was built by the […]

The Roman Cemetery of Fiskardo

The Roman cemetery of Fiscardo was discovered by coincidence and dates from the 2nd (BC) to the 4th century (AD). Excavations discovered a vast graveyard with two rectangular portions and […]

Ancient Acropolis of Sami

Perched on Lapitha Mountain, the remnants of the Ancient Acropolis of Sami overlook Sami’s harbor town. Several picturesque trails lead to the Acropolis and connect it to a lot of […]

The Roman Villa in Skala

In the village near the sea a path leads to a small olive grove, where in 1957 the ruins of a villa of Roman times were found. There is a […]