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With local buses to the Argostoli bus timetable

Hi Katerina, I just called the KTEL bus station in Lixouri to hear what connections there are this summer. The answer is that there is no connection to/from Lixouri to Vrahinari/Vatsa Bay this summer 2020. The best solution in 2020 is to rent a car to be independent, especially if you are in a secluded resort. You need to get the bus from the airport to argostoli bus timetable and from there zou take another bus to Skala.

There is also bus services between Poros and Skala, and between Sami and Fiskardo. On the plus side is also that the cost for local buses on Kefalonia is inexpensive compared to a high season rated car. You can look out of the window and watch the island go by instead of being concentrated on the road. The taxi ride from Kefalonia airport to Skala lasts around 35 minutes. Kindly keep in mind that airport taxis do not provide pre-set fares but turn on their taximeter to calculate the tariff. Check this link right here now lostvoyager.com.

Argostoli is a great base for exploring the island of Kefalonia. There is plenty to do in the town itself, but there are also some amazing day trips from Argostoli. We take a look at a few of the best and detail how to make these trips, including our practical tips and local knowledge. Day trips by bus and boat to Ithaca and Zakynthos runs twice a week from Argostoli. Check with a travel agency or KTEL in Argostoli for details about days and times.

Nikolaos port in the north of Zante to Pesada, in the south of Kefalonia island. From Killini there are ferry boats leaving to Zakynthos and the the trip duration is about 1 hour and a half. Zakynthos is very easily reachable from Athens with daily flights of 45 minutes. However, the second bus to Skala only departs twice a day and that is during the summer season. If the bus times are critical to your journey KTEL suggest that you confirm the times in advance of your journey, here’s how to contact KTEL. Plan your journey in advance as there are many small roads that are not more than dirt tracks.

There are two departures per hour over the summer months and tickets cost €3 each way – tickets are bought onboard. If you have a car, you can take it on the ferry too for around €10 each way. You can find details for the bus from Argostoli to Fiskardo HERE. We took the bus during the summer and it took around 2 hours and cost €5.80 each way.

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