Vasilikades

Vasilikades is a village of Kefalonia, which was the capital of the former municipality of Erissos, until 2010, when was applied the Kallikratic division of administration in Greece. It has about 130 residents. The main road that links Argostoli to Fiskardo of Kefalonia passes through the beautiful village, which is situated almost in the middle of the former municipality.

You will have the chance to admire the architecture of the houses in Vasilikades, most of which are pre-earthquake, as the earthquakes of August in 1953 did not affect the region, as much as the rest of the island. Storey houses with triangular roofs, narrow wooden doors and windows, but also small and narrow balconies, are the characteristics which differ in most constructions, dating from the early 20th century.

Admire the view, green, nature, and if you choose Vasilikades for your base, then you will need 10 minutes to Fiskardo, a quarter for Assos and about 20 minutes for the famous Myrtos!

Vasilikades is built at an altitude of 315 meters and 40 kilometers away from Argostoli.