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Cosmopolitan Fiscardo Evening Tour

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An amazing evening at the Cosmopolitan Fiscardo is the destination of this tour. Located in the north of Kefalonia, Fiscardo lies above the small but safe harbor which is surrounded by cypress trees. The beautifully preserved fishing village resembles an idyllic painting, with colorful Venetian-style homes lining a shimmering bay dotted with yachts. A network of alleys is beautiful to wander around! Also a wide variety of restaurants, shops and bars are located at the waterfront. By nightfall, Fiscardo is a vision, as visitors and locals enjoy meandering along the beautifully lit waters’ edge for an evening stroll.  Followed perhaps by a little shopping before stopping again for a coffee and liqueurs.
Days Available: Monday & Friday
Price: Adults 30€ | Child 20€
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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
      Culture, Discovery
    • Activity Level Leisurely
    All about the Cosmopolitan Fiscardo Evening Tour.

    Visiting the cosmopolitan Fiscardo in the evening is one of the most amazing experience you can have on the island. It’s the most unique place on the island to enjoy your dinner and stroll around the small alleys. Shopping at small but elegant boutiques is something that you will find interesting. Taste a summer cocktail with a sunset view!

    The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
    What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

    • Pick up from the hotel
    • Bus transfer by an experienced driver in an air-
    conditioned coach
    • Tour guide
    • Insurance
    • Drop off at the hotel


    Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
    • Drinks , Refreshments and Dinner
    •  Coffee
    • Personal Expenses
    1. Fiscardo Free Time

      Fiscardo is built on cypress-covered hillsides around hairpin bays and small coves. The village suffered less damage in the 1953 earthquake. Amongst some of the amazing sights to see in Fiscardo are the 19th century church, a stone sarcophagus and a depression in the rock measuring 2.3m deep, which the locals call “the throne of Queen Fiscardo”. From here to high can be seen Daskalio islet, considered to be the Astris of Homer, where – so the myth goes – Penelope’s suitors waited for Telemachus to return.

      The port of ancient Panormou is first mentioned in Homer, and according to the report by Riemann and Parts, it was today’s Fiscardo.

      The harbour is usually full of yachts and quayside tavernas and cafés where you can sit and relax and enjoy the unique atmosphere, brushing shoulders with the world famous jet set.