If you’re arriving at Pessada Port in Kefalonia and need to get a taxi to your destination from Pessada port in Kefalonia
Book with us and a Taxi driver will wait for you at the port with a sign with your name, so you dont have to worry if you will find a Taxi to your destination. Taxi Pessada port 24/7 Book online and enjoy your holidays.
Pessada Port is a small port located on the southern coast of Kefalonia, the largest of the Ionian Islands in Greece. The port serves as a gateway to the nearby island of Zakynthos, as well as to other destinations on Kefalonia.
While Pessada Port is not as busy as some of the larger ports on the island, it still offers a range of amenities for travelers, including restaurants, cafes, and souvenir shops. From Pessada Port, visitors can explore the beautiful beaches and countryside of Kefalonia, or take a ferry to Zakynthos to discover its stunning landscapes and rich history.
You can send us mail, Call us or text us at Whatsapp (+306945118866) to Prebook you Taxi from Pessada port and we will drive you to your destination with safety and at best price!
How much it cost from Kefalonia airport to Pessada Port
The travel time is about 20 minutes.
Book in advance: It is recommended to book a taxi in advance, especially during peak travel times, to ensure availability and avoid waiting time.
Check here the Ferry schedule from and to Pessada port!
A few words about Pessada village!
At the southernmost edge of Kefalonia is located Pessada, a small village and harbor. It belongs to the region of Livathos, covering the southern part of the island and has 233 permanent residents, according to the 2011 census. Pessada is the port of Kefalonia that connects the island to the north coast of the Zakyntos, the port of Agios Nikolaos in Volimes.
In Pessada, you will find tourist infrastructure, enough to be able to accommodate many visitors, while there is still an agricultural clinic, library, soccer and tennis.
The beach of Pessada is beautiful and quiet, ideal for a quiet day in the deep blue of Ionian Sea. It is unorganized and you will easily reach to it by the village, descending the stairs and follow the small path to the sea.
The church of the Apostle Paul and Evangelistria are the most important churches of Pessada. On Easter Monday (Easter Monday or New Monday), is the liturgy of the icon of the Annunciation, followed by an Easter treat for the faithful and pilgrims to the Temple.
The “Pessadiana” is a folk song of Kefalonia, which is written for a young woman of Pessada, in the early 20th century.
It is a Pessada treasure hidden from prying eyes. The cliff part overhanging the beach will be a shielding from the scorching sun. Do not forget the mask and flippers: bizarre rock formations at the bottom will bewitch swimmers with unique curves and caves extending deep into the underwater islands.