Foki (=seal) is easily accessed within a five minute drive from the busy village of Fiscardo while 50 kilometres separate the beach from Argostoli, the capital of Kefalonia. Foki is one of the most picturesque spots in Kefalonia known for its dreamy landsdcape with olive tree forests that come down to the beach and offer natural shade. It is the home to many seals and the reason that it was named that way. The area consists of small strips of pebbles with a stunning view to the crystal clear waters. On the right side of the beach, a beautiful path leads to uncountable caves and coves that captivates all visitors. There are no tourist facilities but the natural landscape offers relaxing and peaceful moments. Right above the beach is a little fish tavern. The beach is a much preferred destination for the private yachts.
Fiskardo is the most picturesque town on the island which survived the catastrophic earthquake in 1953. Its harbor is small, charming and well sheltered at the northwest end of Kefalonia and almost always crowded, especially during the peak months of July and August.