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Lourdata is the village at the centre of the area known as Lourdas on the Greek island of Kefalonia.
At the centre of the village of Lourdata is the square with its enormous plane tree - at least 250 years old.
Here is the village shop. Close by are two restaurants and a couple of bars. At the shop, as well as buying day-to-day essentials, you can enjoy a coffee, a beer, or a soft drink in the atmosphere of a traditional kafeneion. Most of the available apartments and studios are close to the village centre.
The road from the village to the beach is a little less than 1Km (about ½mile) and one can stroll to the beach (where there are also apartments) in less than 10 minutes. However, because the square is about 80 metres (about 250 feet) above sea level, the return will take at least twice as long. The best way is to stroll from one patch of shade to the next, stop, admire the views and talk with anyone you meet!
For the more energetic there are a many quiet roads and tracks to walk. These will take you through olive groves, orchards - where you will see many varieties of citrus fruit, figs, pomegranates, apricots, and market gardens (closer to the sea) where local families grow much of their own produce.
Lourdata | Lourdata is the village at the centre of the area known as Lourdas on the Greek island of Kefalonia.
At the centre of the village of Lourdata is the square with its enormous plane tree - at least 250 years old
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