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KOURKOUMELATA (Village) KEFALLONIA
A modern village rebuilt after the 1953 earthquakes in the traditional style with donations from the family of the shipowner Vergoti. The village's Cultural Centre is housed in a neoclassical building. There is a marvellous view from Kourkoumelata over the Ionian Sea.
LIVATHOU (Municipality) KEFALLONIA
Livatho area spreads along the southern part of the island. Here, the visitor can enjoy swimming in one of the picturesque beaches such as Lourdas and Avithos. Once in the area, do not forget to visit Metaxata village to see the house where Lord Byron lived for a while, in 1824, before going to Messolonghi.
Touring around Livatho, it’s worth visiting Ntomata and Kalligata, two villages whose churches are decorated with magnificent wooden carved icon screens.
The sights of the area also include Ag. Andreas’ Monastery and Ag. Georgios’ Castle.
This text (extract) is cited January 2004 from the Assoc. of Local Authorities of Kefalonia & Ithaca tourist pamphlet.
LOURDATA (Village) KEFALLONIA
Tel: +30 26710 31425
The village of Lourdata is situated in a verdant, fertile region. The waters of Enos and the protection afforded by the mountain greatly heighten the fertility of the village gardens and orchards, which go right down to the sea. The Cephalonians relish the fruit and vegetables from the gardens of Lourdata, which are very tasty. The village's fine beach, which is also large, every year attracts crowds of holidaymakers, Greek and non-Greek.
MONI AGIOU ANDREOU MILAPIDIAS (Monastery) KEFALLONIA
Tel: +30 26710 69398
SIMOTATA (Village) KEFALLONIA
According to an old Lixouri saying, this village is known for the local cheese.
SVORONATA (Village) KEFALLONIA
Tel: +30 26710 41220
Svoronata is made up of three regions: Svoronata, Sarlata and Domata. In the position of the mediaeval capital of Kefalonia, Travliata, are the remains of the mediaeval fortress. It was constructed in 1504, by Venetian and Cephalonian builders under the supervision of the Italian engineer Nikolaos Tsimaras.
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