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Agia Efimia | Kefalonia

Agia Efimia is a coastal picturesque village that lies around the natural bay and it is home to a small and lovely port where fishing and excursion boats moor.

 Over the years Agia Efimia village has become one of the island’s major attractions and every summer the streets of the village throb with activity. It’s a regular stop for boats and yachts so you can watch people come and go whilst enjoying your meal or drinks. Marvelous taverns and restaurants line the waterfront overlooking the wonderful bay.

The beautiful beaches, the paved streets, and the beautiful architecture compose the unique setting of the village. Close to Agia Efimia, at a high altitude are found remains of old fortresses and Venetian buildings. One shall visit the lovely churches and the nearby traditional villages. Those who own a boat should definitely explore its pristine isolated beaches and stunning coves.

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