A small village in the north of Kefalonia, Fiskardo holidays will ensure you have picture-perfect views of forested hills, crystal clear waters and Venetian buildings – each and every aspect shimmering in the sunshine for that added Grecian appeal. While Fiskardo’s chilled out restaurants become one with the laidback atmosphere inherent in Greece, you will find a number of exciting prospects in the form of activity during your stay. Diving is common from the shores of Fiskardo and you’ll be able to learn how from qualified instructors who are always more than happy to help, whereas those who do want to surrender to relaxation can do so amid therapeutic spas and upon bobbing boats in the Mediterranean Sea.
Those who venture on holidays to Fiskardo will find that the island it’s based on, Kefalonia, is a more than authentic location in which to get stuck into. Verdant hills and outstanding natural beauty greets all of those who wander around the village, while anyone wishing to experience beachside bliss can take to Dafnoudi Beach – the area’s sandy shore. Chartered daytrips in fancy yachts are another way to catch some rays during your time away, but by far the most relaxing example of tranquillity can be found in Fishspa Fiskardo, not far away. More beaches can be found as you make your way along the coast; in particular Zola Beach is fantastic and secluded, representing the ultimate respite for travel-weary feet. For something a little different however, and a great way to explore the island, make sure you hitch a ride with a donkey or horse in Sami, where a number of different tour operators operate. Melissani Cave is also worth your perusal when in and around Sami but holidays in Fiskardo wouldn’t quite be complete without taking the trip to Lassi. Here you can admire stunning views of gold-glittered beaches and distant sunsets before sampling the nightlife.