Agia Effimia

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Agia Effimia
Αγία Ευφημία
Location
Agia Effimia is located in Greece
Agia Effimia
Agia Effimia
Coordinates 38°18.1′N 20°35.8′E / 38.3017°N 20.5967°E / 38.3017; 20.5967Coordinates: 38°18.1′N 20°35.8′E / 38.3017°N 20.5967°E / 38.3017; 20.5967
Government
Country: Greece
Administrative region: Ionian Islands
Regional unit: Kefalonia
Municipality: Kefalonia
Municipal unit: Pylaros
Population statistics (as of 2011)[1]
Village
 - Population: 600
Other
Time zone: EET/EEST (UTC+2/3)
Auto: ΚΕ

Agia Effimia (Greek: Αγία Ευφημία) is a village on the east coast of the island of Kefalonia (also spelled Cephalonia) in Greece. It was the seat of the former Pylaros municipality. It is a traditional fishing village centred on a small harbour. It contains a number of taverns, bars and shops as well as tourist accommodation and local residences. The main activity in the village is now centred on tourism. The harbour is popular with sailing holidays, and is the home to flotilla sailing groups. Many of the old buildings in Agia Efimia were destroyed in the 1953 earthquake, although a few original buildings survive.

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