Zervata Destination Guide
Explore Zervata in Greece.
Zervata in the region of Ionian Islands is located in Greece - some 168 mi (or 270 km) West of Athens, the country's capital city.
Time in Zervata is now 08:29 AM (Thursday). The local timezone is named "Europe / Athens" with an UTC offset of 2 hours. Depending on your budget, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Zervata, Zakynthos, Vlachata, Tzanata, Preveza or Durrës. Since you are here already, consider visiting Valsamata, Tzanetata, Tsarkasianos, Staveris, Sofos and Epanokhorion. We saw some hobby films in the internet. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.
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Agni Travel offers villa on Kefalonia close to the beaches where Nesting turtles can be seen
Kefalonia - Sami
Sami at Kefalonia island in Ionian Sea, Greece
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Interesting facts about this location
Melissani Cave or Melissani Lake, also Melisani is a cave located on the island of Kefalonia, northwest of Sami, about 5 km SE of Agia Efthymia, NE of Argostoli and NW of Poros. The Ionian Sea lies to the east with the Strait of Ithaca. Forests surrounds the cave and the mountain slope is to the west. Near the cave is the entry to the cave with parking lots and is passed almost in the middle of the main road linking Sami and Agia Efimia especially to the northern part of the island.
Located at 38.22, 20.65 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 3 mi away.
Massacre of the Acqui Division
The Massacre of the Acqui Division, also known as the Cephalonia Massacre (Italian: Eccidio di Cefalonia, German: Massaker auf Kefalonia), was the mass execution of the men of the Italian 33rd Acqui Infantry Division by the Germans on the island of Cephalonia, Greece, in September 1943, following the Italian armistice during the Second World War. About 5000 soldiers were massacred and others drowned or were otherwise murdered.
The Sami Bay is a bay situated east of Kefalonia. The total length is approximately 5 km long and is approximately 3 km wide from Sami to Cape Dichalia. The bay is bordered with Agia Efymia Bay to the north and the Strait of Ithaca. The mountains surround the gulf in the southwest and southwest while a small valley is to the south. The bay features an including one on the road north to the northern part of the island. There is a ferry route linking to the ports of Ithaca and Patras.
Greek National Road 50
Greek National Road 50 is a national highway on the island of Cephalonia, Greece. It connects Argostoli with Sami.
Agia Effimia Bay
Agia Effimia Bay is a bay on the eastern coast of the island of Kefalonia, Greece. Its total length is approximately 5 kilometres, and it is approximately 3 kilometres wide from Sami to Cape Dichalia. It is bordered by Sami Bay to the south and the Strait of Ithaca to the northeast. The mountains surround the gulf to the east, while a small valley lies in the area of the port of Agia Effimia. There is a ferry route linking Agia Effimia and the island of Ithaca.
Located at 38.22, 20.65 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 6 mi away.
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