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Katavothres, or swallow-hole, is a geophysical phenomenon, and cried out to be visited. The seawater rushing in towards the shore on the Fanari peninsula, literally disappears into the ground! After some clever detective work, it was eventually established that these same waters reappeared some 15...More
The sea mill here has an interesting story - worth looking up on the internet. It’s a very unusual geological feature and although there’s not much to see it’s a good place to sit & imagine whilst having a coffee, or something stronger, at the...More
Well worth a visit as this is the place in which sea water powers a water wheel then disappears underground to materialise on the other side of the island approximately 30 kms away. There is a short description about the phenomenon on site but more...More
It is worth a visit to see the disused sea mills but if, like me, you are not sure what they are about, you will need to read up a bit about them before you go as there are no adequate explanations and the restaurant...More
We had a look around outside on our walk from Argostoli to the Lighthouse, it does look a nice place for a drink or a meal, unfortunately it was closed - perhaps it only opens in the evenings? We had a look at the water...More
We came here for a drink and to watch the sun setting over the bay. We didn't realise there was a Waterwheel and a story to go with it. What a pleasant surprise ! The restaurant/ bar/club is very cosmopolitan, quite unlike anything else we...More
This is in a beautiful spot on the coast road between Lassi and Argostoli.It is here that the sea water flows into underground passages to emerge on the east coast of Kefalonia at Melissani Cave and Lake.At one time the flowing water powered a water-mill...More