Korgialenios Library

The Korgialeneios Library is located in the centre of Argostoli on Ilias Zervos Street. It’s open daily, Monday to Friday, from 9 am until 12 noon, while on weekends and […]

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 […]

Central Square – Vallianou Square

While strolling through Argostoli, don’t miss Vallianou Square, the perfect place to enjoy a coffee, a refreshing beverage or a meal. Every evening the square becomes a meeting point for […]

Napier Garden

Just five minutes from Vallianou square, Napier Garden is a haven in the heart of Argostoli. Named after Charles James Napier, who served as governor of Kefalonia from 1822 to […]


You will be amazed by the sinkholes of Argostoli, which are a unique geological phenomenon that you can see on the north coast of the city. cracks in the land […]

The Lighthouse of Gerogompos

If you cross the road outside of Havriata, you’ll come to a lighthouse of worldwide significance built in the early 20th century on an otherwise barren stretch of land. Cape […]

Kefalos Theater

The Municipal Theater “Kefalos” is located in the center of Argostoli and is built on the same site of the old theater that was inaugurated in 1859 with “Traviata” by […]

Geromobos lighthouse

At a crossroads after the village of Havriata, on a country road that looks very much like a tundra without trees, only stones, bushes and a steady wind, one can […]

Fokas – Kosmetatos Foundation

The Foka-Kosmetatou Foundation, based in Argostoli, has developed two spaces open to the public: The Collections, in the city center, and The Kefalonia Botanical Garden, on its outskirts. Both function […]