Argostoli, Greece

Argostoli is a major port town on the island of Cephalonia (also called Kefallonia) in the Ionian Islands of Greece. We spent a few days there after a two-day non-stop passage across the Ionian Sea from Siracusa, Sicily. The town is lively and big enough to have numerous stores and modern services. Locals and tourists alike throng the central square after dark.

Arriving in Argostoli
Arriving in Argostoli After Two Days at Sea

Apartments
Apartments Line the Waterfront

Dragonsinger
Protected Quay

Greek Cafe
Typical Greek Cafe

Street
Narrow Street

Plateia Valianou
Plateia Valianou (Central Square of Argostoli)

Cafe
Cafe in Plateia Valianou

Pedestrian Street
Pedestrian Street

Cafe
Cafe

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