The Kefalonia Taxi Tour Β contains Assos, Myrtos beach, and Fiscardo. Book Now
Assos is a cosy and charming village located 36km north of Argostoli, the capital of Kefalonia. It is built on a small peninsula and it is most known for its 16th century Venetian castle that totaly worths a visit. The traditional architecture, the peaceful landscape and the pebbled beaches compose the natural beauty of Assos. In the village there are colorful houses with pink and white blooms, lovely paths and old traditional churches. Visitors are mostly attracted by the little taverns that are just above the bay. The visit to the castle requires a long walk through the olive tree forest thus making it quite relaxing and refreshing.
Myrtos is without doubt one of the most important poles of attraction in Kefalonia. It is located 30km north of Argostoli, in a beautiful area around huge verdant hills. Myrtos beach has gained worldwide reputation and has been constantly included in travel magazines among the best beaches in Greece and in the world. It has been awarded many times for its cleanness and the natural beauty. The beach has a semi-circular shape surrounded by impressive white rocky cliffs with lush vegetation on top of them creating a spectacular setting. The lush green area, the abrupt terrain, the white pebbles and the crystal waters compose a stunning scenery. The beach is well-organized at the most part with umbrellas and sundecks while a small part remains completely unspoilt, ideal for total isolation. The natural beauty of Myrtos is the trademark of Kefalonia and one of the most photographed places in Greece. It is affected by the strong winds. The western coast of Myrtos offers spectacular sunset visitors have direct access to a wide range of facilities and a nice sack bar offering cold drinks. Myrtos is easily accessed by all means of transport. While descending the beach, you will enjoy some amazing views.
Fiskardo is a beautiful village located 50 km north of the capital of Kefalonia (Argostoli). Unlike the rest of the villages and towns of Kefalonia, Fiskardo remained untouched by the major earthquake of 1953, thus making it prettily scenic and picturesque. The village of Fiskardo is also the northemost port of Kefalonia at which every summer come many private yachts giving it a cosmopolitan and warm atmoshpere. There is great amount of tourism in this cosy village but it manages to hold its beuty and uniqueness against all odds. The main costal road hosts many shops, taverns and bars that welcome tourists. Nearby the village there are many beautiful pebbled beaches and coves with crystilline waters and also the ruins of a Palaeolithic settlement and plenty of Byzantine churches. Just above the waterfront of the village lies the Natural and Environmental Museum that definitely worths a visit.
This tour is about 2 – 3 hours