Argostoli Cruise Port

Port of Argostoli: An Overview

Argostoli is on the largest of the Ionian Islands and in addition to its absolutely bucolic landscape, it offers travelers the chance to participate in any number of diversions from water-based activities to hiking through the cypress and olive tree-covered mountains. In the center of town there are lots of restaurants serving authentic local cuisine, shops, museums and cultural and historic landmarks.

--By Shayne Thompson, Cruise Critic contributor

  • Organised our tour privately through avgerinos travel experience and visited:- Argostoli Port Sain't Gerasimos Monastery Robola Winery Cave Melisani Cave Drogarati Myrtos Photostop(from above) Return through the west part of the island back ... Read more
  • We booked a private tour caerslimokefalonia. Covered all the attraction of the island in their 12 seater mercedes van over a period of 4 hours. We did not book an English speaking guide but our driver Nicos did his level best to explain everything. ... Read more
  • Argostoli: Rhapsody of the Seas
    We thought the guy at the end of the boardwalk was so rude that we did not book a bus tour, so we ended up taking the train around the city. This is a beautiful place. ... Read more
  • Argostoli: Riviera
    life is a vacation
    Walked around town A bit or a tourist trap but very pretty. Probably the most boring (and the cheapest to dock at) port in all of Greece ... Read more