Kefalari is a small village located in the municipality of Argos-Mycenae, in the northeastern part of the Peloponnese region in Greece. It is situated at the foot of the mountain range of Artemisio and is surrounded by beautiful natural scenery, including hills covered in olive trees and vineyards.
The village of Kefalari is known for its traditional architecture, which features stone houses with red-tiled roofs and narrow cobblestone streets. The village also has a central square where locals gather to socialize and relax.
Kefalari is home to several historic churches, including the Church of Agios Nikolaos and the Church of Agios Athanasios, both of which date back to the Byzantine era. After the destruction of the old temple, the inhabitants of Argos, with the help of greek immigrants in America, who managed to raise the sum of $15,000, built a new temple, the imposing domed church of the Zoodochos Pigi.
There are also several other archaeological sites in the area, such as the ancient theater of Argos and the ancient city of Mycenae, which is located just a short drive from Kefalari.
Visitors to Kefalari can enjoy hiking and mountain biking in the surrounding hills, as well as wine tasting at the local wineries. The village is also a popular destination for those seeking a quiet and relaxing retreat in the countryside.