A small village in the north of Kefalonia, Fiskardo is the perfect place for couples and families alike. Holidays here offer picture-perfect views of the surrounding forested hills, crystal clear waters and old Venetian buildings – all drenched in Greek sunshine. While Fiskardo’s chilled out restaurants suit the laid back atmosphere here, you will find plenty of exciting activities during your stay. Diving is popular from the shores of Fiskardo and you’ll be able to learn how from qualified instructors. Those who want to kick back and relax while on holiday, can do so on beautiful beaches, in therapeutic spas and on boats cruising through the Mediterranean Sea.
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Your guide to Fiskardo holidays
The island's natural beauty is the main reason so many tourists flock to Kefalonia, and Fiskardo is a serene and secluded base to explore it from. Book some day trips and visit the spectacular cave on Lake Melissani, which you enter through an underground passage before exploring by boat. Drogarathi Cave is another fascinating display of natural beauty.
The 19th-century lighthouse of Saint Theodori, located on a peninsula north of Argostoli, is one of the many landmarks worth visiting. Those interested in Byzantine history should visit the Monastery of Kipoureon, as well as the Castle of Saint George, located on a hill overlooking Peratata village.
Many believe Myrtos beach to be the most stunning beach on the island. Within easy reach from Fiskardo, you can spend blissful days lounging in the sun and enjoying the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea.
Fiskardo sits in an area of Kefalonia known for its pebble beaches. This is ideal for snorkelling and diving. The sheltered bays keep the sea calm and safe for young children. Whether splashing by the shoreline or diving underneath the waves, crystal clear waters are always assured. Aghia Jerusalem is a stunning beach, less popular amongst tourists but frequently visited by locals. Head over here if you want to avoid the crowds!
If you're in the mood for a sandy beach, then head over to the village of Skala where you'll find a large stretch of golden sands. Ideal for spending a day lounging and building sandcastles, this beach is popular during high season and boasts wide range of watersports.
Situated on the northern tip of Kefalonia, the Errisos peninsula has an interesting and varied coastline.
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