Kefalonia is the sixth largest island and the largest of the Ionian Sea. The capital is Argostoli. On the island there are many sites that belong to the Natura 2000 network. Due to its strategic location, the island experienced many conquerors, among them the French, the English and the Venetians who particularly affected the arts and culture of the island. The British gave the Ionian Islands back to Greece on 1864, as a goodwill gesture.
Fiscardo is the most northern village of Kefalonia. It is possible to reach Fiscardo by ferry from Lefkada of Ithaca or Astakos. Fortunately Fiscardo was not affected from the big earthquake of 1953 as the rest of the island and this is the reason why there exist a lot of houses that maintain intact the architecture tradition. Thanks to the Venetians and is t port experienced great growth. Today Fiscardo is a cosmopolitan tourist destination. In the village exist many traditional taverns and cafes.
The Fiscardo Studios is located in the center of the port of Fiscardo. It was built on 1993. Although built relatively recently, the complex is designed to match the traditional environment. The complex consists of 6 fully equipped studios,almost 30 m2 each, a café, a restaurant, a souvenir shop.