Fiskardho, Greece

Fiskardo (Fiscardo) is a small village located on the island of Kefalonia, the largest of the Greek Ionian Islands. It is regarded as one of the most beautiful in Greece. Fiskardo boasts lovely 18th century Venetian buildings built on limestone foundations, making it the only village on the island not destroyed in an earthquake in 1953.

Fiscardo is a favorite of yachters and flotillas and is also an artist colony. Once a quiet village it has now been 'discovered' and like most of the island, July and August can be a frustrating time to be here. It is a beautiful and enjoyable place to visit during the off season.

South of Fiscardo is the village of Assos which has a picturesque port area with pastel coloured houses and a Venetian fort. Nearby the beach of Myrtos is one of the most spectacular beaches in Greece with tall cliffs, white sand and crystal clear blue water.

Things to See & Do

* Waterfront area
* Villagae of Assos
* Myrtos beach
* Argostoli - Capital
* Sami

General information

Cruise Season – Feb to Dec
Currency - Euro (€)
Language – Greek
Land Area – 904 km² (Kefalonnia)
Population – 45,000 approx (Kefalonia)
Electricity – 2 round pins European style
Time - GMT/UTC plus two hours
International Country Telephone Code – 0030

Port Location – Cruise ships drop anchor in the bay behind the Police Port buildings in Agostoli.

Transport Links – The main airport is located 7 km’s south of Argostoli, with daily flights from Athens. You can also arrive by frequent ferry from Italy, the Greek mainland, or other islands. There are seven different ferry ports in Kefallonia. There are at least two daily ferries to and from Fiscardo.

The bus service on the island is too infrequent to be much use to tourists. You can hire a car or bike to get around the island.

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