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Private Assos Village...A Hidden Gem

Private Assos Village...A Hidden Gem

One of the most beautiful driving routes in Kefalonia starts from the port of Argostoli towards to Assos peninsula and Myrtos Bay on the northern part if the island. Assos is a tiny hamlet of pastel-colored houses with a population of just one hundred. It nestles, at the base of a hill on a small peninsula, on the north-west coast of Kefalonia and is surrounded on three sides by the stunning blue of the Mediterranean Sea. The village is almost hidden amidst thick pine forest, ringed by tall cypress trees and overlooked by a ruined 16th-century castle built high on the peninsula by the Venetians who then governed the island. It has a pebble beach and small marina lined with traditional restaurants. Wonder around the village, swim at the little pebbly beach or walk up to the remains of the Venetian Castle. **This tour operates under new operation guidelines with limited participation (50% of the seated bus), no guide and no visits on crowded places or attractions
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$378.01
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From
$378.01
Price varies by group size
Taking safety measures

Assos Village...a Hidden Gem

Assos Village...a Hidden Gem

One of the most beautiful driving routes in Kefalonia starts from the port of Argostoli towards to Assos peninsula and Myrtos Bay on the northern part if the island. Assos is a tiny hamlet of pastel-colored houses with a population of just one hundred. It nestles, at the base of a hill on a small peninsula, on the north-west coast of Kefalonia and is surrounded on three sides by the stunning blue of the Mediterranean Sea. The village is almost hidden amidst thick pine forest, ringed by tall cypress trees and overlooked by a ruined 16th-century castle built high on the peninsula by the Venetians who then governed the island. It has a pebble beach and small marina lined with traditional restaurants. Wonder around the village, swim at the little pebbly beach or walk up to the remains of the Venetian Castle. **This tour operates under new operation guidelines with limited participation (50% of the seated bus), no guide and no visits on crowded places or attractions
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$41.34
From
$41.34
Taking safety measures

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These hidden gems in Cephalonia may have limited interaction with crowds: