What food and drink does Kefalonia have to offer?

One of the best aspects of being on holiday is the food and drink. The chance to experience new taste sensations and sample the local cuisine can be an adventure in itself, and Kefalonia is no exception.


Although the nightlife in Kefalonia is a little more laid-back than many of the Greek islands, there is still a lovely evening atmosphere to be found. Argostoli has a great selection of lounge and cocktail bars, where music to suit all tastes can be heard, whereas in Lassi you can sip a chilled glass of local wine from the comfort of a relaxing beach bar.

While exploring Kefalonia, take the opportunity to visit one of the island’s award-winning wineries, such as the Robola Cooperative. Here, you will see how the ancient tradition of winemaking has evolved over the centuries, and you can sample some of the winery’s best offerings too.


The coastal villages and towns offer an abundance of places to eat. From cosy little tavernas to world-class restaurants, Kefalonia has it all. You can sample the famous Kefalonia meat pie while watching the sunset in the port towns of Argostoli or Lixouri, or you could enjoy an evening cocktail in cosmopolitan Fiscardo before heading off to one of the town’s upmarket fish taverns.

Alternatively, the local markets and shops offer some of the finest ingredients to create your own Greek feast while enjoying the peace and quiet of your very own luxury villa in Kefalonia.

Here at Amari Villa, we want all our guests to experience the very best that Kefalonia can offer. Get in touch today to book your stay.