Where is Lassi in Greece?
Where is Lassi in Greece?
Lassi is a small and charming tourist village placed just behind the capital of Kefalonia island, Argostoli (3km). The village of Lassi is developed in front of the sea, is surround by a couple of hills and has never had a massive development, keeping the tourist building hidden in the Mediterranean nature.
What is Kefalonia like in Greece?
Kefalonia is not only the biggest Greek island of the Ionian but also one of the most beautiful ones! Boasting a breathtaking natural landscape with exotic beaches, picturesque fishing villages and magical underground caves, Kefalonia is one of the best destinations in Greece for nature lovers!
What is Kefalonia like for holidays?
Kefalonia is one of the greenest of the Greek islands. There are tree clad mountains, areas in spring displaying mountain flowers, There are great drives through the mountains to little villages where the men get a living tending goats, looking after their olive trees or running a small café/bar with their wife.
Do you need a car Kefalonia?
With Kefalonia’s attractions scattered across the four corners of the island, a car is a pretty much a must if you want to see them all. Among the most scenic drives is the road from the capital Argostoli up to the scenic harbour town of Fiskardo further north.
Is Lassi Kefalonia a hilly?
Re: Is Lassi hilly or is it quite a flat area. When Lassi was first developed it followed the road that runs through, and everything was built on the flat bits, hotels, studios, tavernas, bars and shops. Later on more hotels/studios were built up the hill that runs parallel to the main road.
Is lassi in North or South Kefalonia?
Lassi is one of the most popular resorts in Kefalonia, it’s a short drive from the airport and within walking distance of the capital Argostoli. It’s found on the east coast of the main part of the island, just south of Argostoli.
What is Kefalonia known for?
Kefalonia is famous for its local wine varieties“Robola”, “Mavrodafni” and Kefalonian Moschato. “Robola”, specifically, is one of the three best wine varieties in Greece! About 500 tons of “Robola” wine are produced every year, many of them exported mainly in Europe and the USA.
How do you get around in Kefalonia?
- Public buses. Public transportation is much preferred by both locals and visitors, as it is a less expensive mean of transport and at the same time an amusing way to explore the region.
- Taxis and private transfers.
- Car and motorbike rentals.
- Organized tours.
- Ferry boat.
- Sea bus.