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Kefalonia Island Tour
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Kefalonia Island Tour

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Commence a scenic island drive through olive groves, vineyards and thick cypress glades. Passing through the Mount Aenos you will visit the Robola Winery and taste the famous Robola variety of wine. Explore the Drogarati Caves, famous for their acoustics. Visit the geological phenomenon that is the Melissani Lake which is in an underground cave. Next, we go for lunch to the cosmopolitan village of Fiscardo, untouched after the great earthquake of 1953. Leaving Fiscardo you will head to the little fishing village of Assos, which gives the impression of being an island of its own. En route on our way back, you’ll make a photo stop at Myrtos Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.<br><br>What you will see:<br>• Robola Winery – Visit inside, wine tasting<br>• Drogarati Cave – Visit inside<br>• Melissani Lake – Visit inside, boat ride<br>• Fiscardo Village – Lunch break (optional)<br>• Assos Village – Coffee stop<br>• Photo-stop at Myrtos beach
$44.55 per adult
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RudaMalpa wrote a review Aug 2019
Cornwall68 contributions56 helpful votes
Set back from the hustle and bustle of the Sea front/Harbour, it's nice to visit for a few pictures & a drink at one of the nearby cafes. That's about it though!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Sue M wrote a review Nov 2018
Williamsburg, Virginia1,254 contributions576 helpful votes
You walk right past it on Lithrostroto and there is a square right across from it. It is the tallest structure along Lithrostroto. A defining landmark for Argostoli.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Johnlobster wrote a review Oct 2018
Morpeth, United Kingdom2,548 contributions276 helpful votes
Never went to it but it has pride of place as you look along the Lithostroto.Oviously not used now but still a lovely feature.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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jollyrobert wrote a review Oct 2018
Bridgend, United Kingdom941 contributions776 helpful votes
It is some ten years since my wife and I last visited Kefalonia, and we were saddened to see this iconic landmark closed. Ten years ago is buzzed with activity, as it was being used then a young persons training and entertainment centre, and for a small fee, which included coffee or a soft drink, one could climb up several levels to the top. This gave great views across the bay, Mt. Aenos and beyond. It is still worth stopping and looking, and use your imagination to hear the sound of the bells which once regulated the capital's activities.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Nimrod104 wrote a review Aug 2018
Harpenden, United Kingdom323 contributions113 helpful votes
Arrived at 1430 on a Sunday and it appeared closed with no likelihood of opening. The gates are closed and a poster across both of them so doesn't look temporary.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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