Kefalonia is a large island with many beautiful and contrasting places that fascinate the visitor. Under its imposing Mount Ainos with its unique pin trees, the enchanting shores of the island stretch out with golden sandy beaches that are unforgettable to those who visit them.
The dense road network designed at the time of the British rule allows the traveler to know the island. The variety and interchange of the scenery, with its lush vegetation and wild beauty impress the visitor.
The towns and villages have come alive again following the disastrous earthquake of 1953 that had raged everything to the ground. At its northernmost past, the older settlements have withstood the fury of the earthquake, therefore the past is joined with the present. Buildings of rare architecture show the beauty of another era. In order to discover all these strange and beautiful spots, one should know which places to visit, where to taste the delicious Kefalonian food, where to entertain and what to buy from
Few words about Lourdas
Lourdas is 17 km south east of Argostoli the capital of Kefalonia.Well organized beach with crystallized waters and stunning views of mountain Aenos makes it unforgettable holiday destination.
On the hillside, wild herbs and shepherds with sheep and goats can be found while exploring the area, witch is full of olive groves and vineyards as well.