Kefalos is located 40 kilometers west of the city. It is a village of great historical value, as it used to be the capital of the island during the ancient years. Nowadays it preserves the traditional style and the unique island architecture that make it one of the most beautiful settlements. Here you will see a traditional house, similar to that of Antimacheia, which is a true representation of an old rural house. Next to it you will see a traditional mill. Feasts are held on the 26th of July (Agia Paraskevi) and on the 29th of August (Agios Ioannis).
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