The picturesque fishing village of Fiskardho is a beatiful spot on the NE coast of Cephalonia. It is set among rugged hills, cypress trees and olive groves. The small working harbour lined with restaurants, cafes and bars is overlooked by colourful traditional houses offering wonderful views across the water to the neighbouring islands of Ithaka and Lefkada.
Entering the bay to the right stands the old Venetian lighthouse on the left below is the village with the harbor.There are 3 possibility where you can moor: at the town quay at the S end of west side and all the south side ( there are some private laid moorings to be avoided) in dephts from 1,5 to 2,5 metres, mud bottom, good holding, good shelter from all winds or in the north side of the bay from the lighthouse to the ferry jetty (taking lines ashore to stainless steel rings set into the rocks) in dephts around 3/4 metres or in the small bay just in front in dephts around 10 metres.
Is calling the Portofino of the Ionian , in fact, the village is very pretty and is the only one in the earthquake of 53 was not destroyed