Synonyms for argostoli or Related words with argostoli

kefalonia              lixouri              ermoupoli              vathy              chalkidiki              rafina              zakynthos              kythira              kalymnos              lefkada              ierapetra              nafplio              skopelos              neapoli              loutro              plomari              kissamos              lefkas              antiparos              polygyros              lesvos              rethymno              lapithos              skiathos              sithonia              syros              ermioni              vonitsa              agrinio              drapetsona              aigio              limnos              karpathos              tinos              spetses              kastellorizo              symi              preveza              almyros              astypalaia              aitoliko              messinia              gastouni              irakleia              agioi              palaio              chania              aghios              imbros              vasilika             



Examples of "argostoli"
Served by the fairly reliable, but infrequent, Argostoli – Poros bus.
The main settlements on the shore of the gulf are, from the southwest and clockwise: Lixouri, Agios Dimitrios, Kouvalata, Kontogourata, Farsa, Drapano and Argostoli. The Gulf of Argostoli is navigable, and the ports of Argostoli and Lixouri are served by ferries. Concerns have risen about the environmental effects of fish farming in the gulf.
Spyridon Vikatos was born in Argostoli, Cephalonia, in 1878.
Argostoli Public Library, also known as Korgialenios Library, is a Greek public library in Argostoli, Kefalonia. The library shares the same building as the Korgialenio History and Folklore Museum.
Kranaia was one of the provinces of Cephalonia Prefecture of Greece. Its territory corresponded with that of the current municipal units Argostoli, Eleios-Pronnoi, Leivathos and Omala. Its seat was the town Argostoli. It was abolished in 2006.
The Archaeological Museum of Argostoli, also known as the Kefalonia Museum is a museum in Argostoli, Greece, located a few blocks south of the plateia, across from the Municipal Theater on R. Vergoti.
Important natural features include Melissani Lake, the Drogarati caves, and the Koutavos Lagoon in Argostoli.
The Napier Gardens in Argostoli on the Greek island of Kefalonia are named after him.
KTEL runs a limited bus service between the Airport and Argostoli.
Greek National Road 50 is a national highway on the island of Cephalonia, Greece. It connects Argostoli with Sami.
Buses link Skala with the island's main town Argostoli, twice in the morning during the summer months - this reduces to a single service during the winter. Only one bus returns to Skala in the afternoon once the shops in Argostoli close at 2pm. There is also a bus connecting Skala to Poros.
Dilinata () is a village in the municipal unit of Argostoli, Cephalonia, Greece. It is situated on a mountain slope, at 400 m elevation. It is 2 km east of Davgata, 2 km north of Faraklata and 6 km northeast of Argostoli. The mountaintop of Evmorfia, elevation 1,043 m, is to the northeast. Dilinata suffered great damage from the 1953 Ionian earthquake.
Demoutsantata (, before 1940: Μοντεσαντάτα - "Montesantata") is a village in the municipal unit of Argostoli on the island of Kefalonia, Greece. It is part of the community of Troianata. It is located 1 km south of Troianata and 6 km southeast of Argostoli.
The ferry between Argostoli and Lixouri goes every hour and every half-hour in the season. There are a few bus lines serving the more rural areas of Kefalonia, but often only two times a day. The KTEL bus cooperation offers services from Lixouri, Poros and Argostoli to the mainland.
Lixouri (, Katharevousa: Ληξούριον) is the main town on the peninsula of Paliki in the island of Kefalonia, one of the Ionian Islands of western Greece. Lixouri is the second largest community in Kefalonia after Argostoli and before Sami and is the capital of the small peninsula. It is located south of Fiskardo, west of Argostoli.
Between the Koutavos Lagoon and the Drepano Bridge is the new bus station which connects Argostoli with the other towns and some of the villages on the island, as well as with Athens and Patras. The old bus station, just past these market stalls, is likely to accommodate a proposed seaplane service connecting Argostoli with Patras, due to commence Spring 2006. The main ferry port, connecting Argostoli with the mainland (via Kyllini) and Zakynthos (also known as Zante) is next to this building with the Lixouri ferry (once an hour in winter, twice an hour in summer) docking a little further along.
Davgata () is a village in the island of Cephalonia, Greece. It is part of the municipal unit of Argostoli. It is situated on a mountain slope above the eastern shore of the Gulf of Argostoli, at about 300 m elevation. Davgata is 2 km southeast of Farsa, 2 km west of Dilinata and 5 km north of Argostoli. Davgata has a Museum of Natural History, opened in 1996. The mountaintop of Evmorfia, elevation 1,043 m, lies to the northeast. Davgata was severely damaged by the 1953 Ionian earthquake.
Christian Zervos (; Argostoli, Cefalonia, Greece, January 1, 1889 – September 12, 1970, Paris) was a Greek-French art historian, critic, collector, writer and publisher.
There are five harbours and ports in the prefecture: four main harbours on the island, Same or Sami, and a major port with links to Patras and Ithaca. Poros, in the south, has ferry routes to Kyllini; Argostoli, in the west, is the largest port, for local boats and ferries to Zante and regularly to Lixouri; Fiscardo, in the north, has links to Lefkas and Ithaca. There is room for about 100 small boats in Argostoli, where the port stretches 1 kilometre around the bay, while Lixouri is situated across the bay from Argostoli, on the Lixouri peninsula. There is a road connection to the rest of the island, but driving from Lixouri to Argostoli involves a detour.
Faraklata () is a village and a community in the municipal unit of Argostoli, Cephalonia, Greece. It is situated on a mountain slope above the eastern shore of the Gulf of Argostoli, at about 220 m elevation. Faraklata is 2 km south of Dilinata, 4 km northeast of Argostoli and 7 km northwest of Valsamata. The community consists of the villages Faraklata (population 330 in 2011), Razata (pop. 507), Drapano (pop. 135) and Prokopata (pop. 86). There is a small cave east of the village. Faraklata suffered great damage from the 1953 Ionian earthquake.