Fiscardo Kefalonia

Fiscardo is a picturesque and beautiful Greek harbour village on the Northern tip of Kefalonia. Of the approximate 365 villages on this large and diverse island, Fiscardo is unique in that it was left virtually unscathed during the great earthquake of 1953, that ruined most of the islands historic buildings. Traditional fishing boats moor alongside the more extravagant temporary visitors during the summer. Fiscardo at night takes on an entirely different perspective. The lights, the old buildings, cafe, bars and restaurants all combine to provide a magical Mediterranean atmosphere..

Foki Beach Kefalonia

South from Fiscardo Kefalonia one of the closest bays is Foki bay with a taverna by the beach. The picturesque olive grove that borders the beach provides a good picnic spot and welcome shade during the warmer times of day. The cave on the right hand side of the bay is interesting. It is possible to swim or take a boat right in and land on a pebbly beach. From this beach there is a labyrinth of tunnels which form part of a disused mine.