Hotels in Fiscardo
In Fiscardo, northern Kefalonia, Emelisse Hotel is situated, within walking distance from the beach. The hotel boasts air conditioned rooms, maisonettes and suites, fully equipped with balcony or terrace, satellite TV, direct phone, safe box, mini bar and coffee machine. Maisonettes and suites also include other comforts, expect of the ones mentioned above. Swimming pools, pool for children, bars, restaurants, tennis court, fitness centre, spa and outdoor cinema are found at the hotel's premises. The helpful personnel will facilitate guests with their needs and requests.
In Tselentata, one of the greenest parts of Kefalonia, enjoying a spectacular view to the Kefalonia- Ithaca Sea Canal, is Agnantia situated. Agnantia hotel in Kefalonia is a family run complex of apartments and studios of Venetian style, appointed with luxury amenities, such as embroidered linen, cocomat mattresses and Korres cosmetics. Free wi-fi, A/C, TV, CD-DVD player, phone, hairdryer and slippers are included in all rooms. Agnantia Hotel also offers guests tailored services. A concierge team is available to help you arrange excursions, transfers, beauty/massage treatments and more.
Almyra Hotel in Kefalonia is a luxury accommodation built on a lush green hill in the charming area of Fiscardo, really close to the port. The standard, deluxe and executive rooms and suites of Almyra Hotel provide comfort with amenities, such as free wi-fi, A/C, satellite flat screen TV, phone, hairdryer and mini bar. Private balconies offer stunning views over the Ionian sea to the neighbouring islands of Ithaca and Lefkada. The hotel boasts restaurants, bars and swimming pools.
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Reviews of Fiscardo, Kefalonia
hilary.williams1 10 Feb 2010Not just for yachtiesThe journey from the airport may take one and half hour but to discover Fiscardo is well worth the effort. The buildings in this village managed to escape the earthquake of 1953 that devastated many parts of Kefalonia. Most of the houses are built in the attractive Venetian design and painted in pastel colours. Around the horseshoe shaped harbour are a good selection of tavernas and bars. I thoroughly enjoy sitting at these of an evening, watching the yachts coming in to moor. It is very popular for boats and as the evening progresses the berths become full. Consequently some yachts have to moor out in the bay and the sailors journey to shore in small dinghies. A few crews decide to remain on board eating al fresco, a lovely way to spend an evening. Dotted around the village are a few chic boutiques, a good bakery and a friendly chandler with a ready smile, always willing to chat.
karina27 17 Dec 2008Sunbathing and lovely lunchesKefalonia is a wonderful Island. We stayed in Fiscardo for a week in a villa and it was fabulous! There are some amazing little hidden beaches and coves to discover, many had great little tavernas. The villages are very picturesque and unspoilt - as is the whole island in my opinion. Fiscardo is particularly nice as it still has all its old bulidings, which survived the earhquake a while back. The little harbour there was very pretty, lined with tavernas. It is mainly a quiet little village, but it had quite a buzz at night and is visited by many yachts who come in and stay for the night. Regarding food, the restaurants all seemed to have a very high standard. The local wine that you buy by the kilo with your meal is really excellent and very reasonably priced! So, what I remember most from Kefalonia is the sunbathing and lots of lovely lunches!
jane24er 14 Jul 2008Many coloursI think what makes Fiskardo special is the many colours it has. Most houses are built in pink, yellow and blue and this gives a cheerful vibe to the village. My favorite thing in Fiskardo was to sitr at a cafe and have a cold coke by the sea, while people were walking besides. It was trully relaxing. Once you go, you will love the fishing boats at the port and the friendly people.