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Mount Ainos

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Tips from locals

Giorgos
Giorgos
August 23, 2019
Stunning view from the top of the mountain, many paths if you like hiking and Flora and/or fauna in unique natural environment.
Litsa
Litsa
June 1, 2019
The 3rd biggest mountain in Greece with a rare black pine tree known as Monte nero from the Italians... The view on the top of it is one of a kind!!!
Gerasimos
Gerasimos
July 1, 2018
This is the peak of the tallest mountain in Kefalonia. What a beautiful drive to the top. When there however, park your car and take a hike.
Christina
Christina
June 21, 2018
An uphill drive to the top of the National Park of Mount Aenos, one of the top ten tallest mountains of Greece, covered in Cephalonian Black Pin trees. Mount Aenos or Ainos (Ancient Greek: Ὄρος Αἶνος; Modern Greek: Όρος Αίνος. Italian: Monte Nero or Montagna Nera) is the tallest mountain in the…
Vatsa Villas
Vatsa Villas
May 14, 2018
It has beautiful off road trails that you can drive in any car all the way to the top and enjoy the dark green pine trees (unique in this part of the world) and the Amazing views and the clean air. There are many signposted walks that you can do. There are also wild horses you can see if you are…

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Beach
“Most famous beach on the island- breathtaking views on the way to Fiscardo village.”
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Monastery
“The people of Cephalonia honor the death of Saint Gerasimos at the monastery on the 16th August and the restitution of his holy relic on October 20th. On those days, a procession of the saint is taking place. The coffin is moved under the shadow of a plane tree, which was planted by Agios Gerasimos himself. The ceremony is followed by a big festival with music, dancing, food and wine. Opening hours: Monday - Sunday, 7am - 13pm and 3pm - 9pm On Sunday's you can visit also during the Orthodox divie Liturgy. ”
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Beach
“Makris Gialos (Long beach) is a family friendly sandy beach within walking distance from Argostoli. As the name states, it is truly a very long organized beach with no rocks or pebbles, but with crystal clear waters. The beach has a beach bar-restaurant, Costa-Costa, which organizes several beach parties during summer, and provides the opportunity for various water sport activities. ”
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Nightclub
“Katavothres is a unique place to visit. It serves coffee, operates as a restaurant and a nightclub. You can visit almost anytime and enjoy the high quality services and unique ambience. ”
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