The small harbor of Agía Pelagía is protected by a windward curved breakwater made of natural boulders, which extends for 95 m E and continues for 40 m NE. At a distance of 17 m from the root of the breakwater starts a curved mole, which extends for about 90 m NE and continues for 30 m N.
The passage formed between the inner side of the breakwater and the outer side of the mole has shoals, which make the approach impossible. The inner side of the mole is quayed, with depths of less than about 8 m near it. The coasts of the small harbor are quayed.
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The Municipal theater Kefalos of Kefalonia is located in Argostoli, between the main square and the famous street Plakostroto. It was built in 1857, while Kefalonia was under British rule and it was bombed in 1943 during World War II.
Immediately N of cape Ágios Sózon there is a NE-facing small harbor, with an entrance opening of about 20 m, which is protected by waves caused by S winds by a windward breakwater, which extends NE for about 50 m. Its outer side is made of natural boulders and the inner side is quayed.
Megas Lakos, this delightful beach is located 35 km from Argostoli, the lovely town of Kefalonia. The beach is noticeably different and distinguishes for its red soft sand and the shallow waters that make a unique combination for the summer holidays.