As the capital, Argostoli is the best place for shopping on the island. Clothes shoes and gift shops line its narrow streets and the main, paved shopping street of Lithostroto. For fresh fruit and veg, there’s a market that runs along the seafront, and there’s another local market to the right of the de Bosset Bridge.
Brothers Spiridon and Nikolaos Kosmetou set up this educational foundation in their former family home. It displays art and artifacts that shed light on the culture and political history of Kefalonia and the...
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In the beating heart of Argostoli is the pleasant Vallianos Square, named after the local shipping magnate and benefactor Panagis Vallianos. There’s a statue of him at the top end, which is where locals come to...
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This 950-metre crossing was built in the 19th century, under British rule. It was constructed to link the small village of Drapano with the island’s capital. There’s a stone obelisk halfway across. Since 2005...
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