Myrtos Beach and Argostoli

Back to enjoying the gorgeous scenery of Kefalonia from way back in 2019 . . . here’s the view down to Myrtos Beach.

It’s a long way down to the incredibly choppy beach where the man loses his prescription sunglasses – and sight!!

Check out the vivid blue of the very rough sea behind me . . far too choppy to swim in – unless you’re my fool of a husband that is!

This crappy quality footage gives you a little taste . . .

Below is the aftermath of the loss of the sunglasses – and having to drive back nearly blind . . .

Our next stop is the town of Argostoli which has been the capital and administrative centre of Kefalonia since 1757.

It’s getting a bit overcast and rain is threatening, but we still have time for a quick potter around.

Lots of colourful souvenirs and architecture to happily snap away at.

The De Bosset Bridge (formerly Drapano Bridge) is a stone bridge built in 1813 over the bay of Argostoli. At 689.9 meters, it is the longest stone bridge over the sea in the world.

Published by Derbyshire Gal

World traveller, proud auntie, bit of a liability.

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