Here is our section with things to see and do in Argostoli Kefalonia. Discover 7 interesting sightseeing in Argostoli, with detailed description, exact location on Google map, photos and reviews from visitors. You can also view more sightseeing in other locations of Kefalonia.
This museum houses various findings from the prehistoric, the Hellenistic and the Roman period. The best part of the collection is from the Mycenaean period and consists of coins, swords, sculptures, ceramics and tools.
This interesting museum is housed in the ground floor of the Corgialenion Library, in the capital of Kefalonia. It has been founded in order to preserve the memories of Kefalonia before the earthquake of 1953.
This stone bridge was constructed in 1813 by the Swiss engineer Charles Philippe de Bosset, employed by the British, who ruled the island that time. The bridge works till today and connects the capital town, Argostoli, to the opposite mainland of Kefalonia.
This is a rare natural phenomenon, where the sea water get into crannies and, following the underground route, they reach Melissani Cave, Sami and Agia Efimia, 15 km away.
The lighthouse of Saint Theodoroi stands on a peninsula about 3 km north of Argostoli. The lighthouse was constructed in 1828 by the British, who ruled the island that time. This is a structural building of Doric architecture and its focal plane is 11m.
The way to go to the walls is pretty simple. They are near the main road that goes from Argostoli to Sami. When you get close to a village called Razata, you will see a sign that says Cylopean Walls.
The Municipal Theatre of Kefalonia is one of the largest and oldest in Greece. It distinguishes for its Neoclassical architecture and the big yard in front. Inaugurated in 1858, this theatre is located just opposite the archaeological museum in Argostoli.
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