Discover the Best Cafes in Kefalonia with Greeka!

The splendid island of Kefalonia, famous for its rugged scenery and friendly atmosphere, is bustling with lovely cafeterias, cafe-bars, and other entertainment venues. Most Kefalonia cafes open in summer from early in the morning till late at night. Apart from a wide selection of international and local coffees, cafes in Kefalonia serve also pastries, snacks, and alcoholic drinks.

The capital of Kefalonia, Argostoli, offers a wide range of cafes, especially in Lithostroto Paved Street and Vallianos Square. However, the most popular Kefalonia cafes are located in the lively seaside village of Fiskardo. There are also many cafes in Lixouri, Sami, and Poros.

Which are the best Cafe in Kefalonia?
We have made a selection with the best 4 Cafe in Kefalonia and marked our favorite ones with a .

Map view
Recommended by Greeka

Baroque le Bistrot

Cocktails Coffee Shop
Show description
Featuring elegant decorations, rich cocktail mixes, themed evenings, and a high-class restaurant, Baroque le Bistrot covers a wide range of needs and tastes for a night out in Argostoli.

Pero Cafe

Show description
Pero Café is located in the central square of Lixouri and it offers coffee, breakfast, brunch, and various dining options. It has a large space with tables right on the square of Lixouri, as well as a well-kept interior area with wooden tables and benches, along with comfortable sofas.

Seven Cafe

Coffee Shop
Show description
Seven beach cafe-bar is a lively spot situated on the beachfront of Lourdas, in Kefalonia. Its amazing location offers spectacular views to the sun and the Ionian Sea. The cafe is located on the first floor and offers a lovely ambiance, tasty food and exciting drinks at moderate prices.

Le Passage Cafe & Bar

Coffee Shop Cocktails
Show description
Steeped in rustic decor, Le Passage boasts a peaceful setting on Fiskardo's harbor. The menu offers mainly cold dishes, like breakfast options, salads and sandwiches. The cocktails are presented creatively in watering cans and hessian-wrapped glasses, topped with slices of fresh fruit.