Fiskardho
Fiskardho

38º27’.5N – 20º35.1E

Fiskardho is a nice picturesque and characteristic village, built along a beautiful bay. It was the only village that remained relatively intact after the earthquake in 1953. Fiskardho is located on the NE side of the island of Kefalonia and is also known as the St. Tropez of the Ionian Sea. The port is often visited by flotillas and private yachts, but ferries and tourist boats from Lefkas and Ithaca also arrive here. Together they create a cosy atmosphere. Next to hotel Panorama there is an excavation site you can visit.

Sailing towards this area

Fiskardo is easy to recognise by an old Venetian lighthouse beside the new lighthouse at the entrance to the bay.

Fiskardho

Mooring

There are many mooring locations along the quay. The pontoon jetty has considerably increased the mooring possibilities. When it’s very busy, you can anchor on the edge of the bay and attach a line to the shore.
Important: DO NOT DROP ANCHOR ON THE FERRY ROUTE!!

Fiskardho
Fiskardho

Facilities

Water & power On the pontoon jetty and at restaurant Deftrino (on payment)
Shower & toilet Restrooms in restaurants and bars, showers at a couple of hotels
Restaurants Many restaurants along the quay and in the side streets
Shelter Sheltered port
Shops & supermarkets Many shops and a good supermarket
Miscellaneous ATM

Ground plan

Fiskardho kaart

Video

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