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Monastery of Agios Gerasimos

Omala Plain | Frangata, Greece
+30-2671-08-63-85
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Omala Plain | Frangata, Greece
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The Monastery is set in beautiful grounds with colourful gardens. To enter the Chapel, ladies must have their shoulders and legs covered. Clothing is available on a rail, to facilitate this. Why men don't have to do the same, is a mystery. It is worth...More

Thank holidaymanWashington
Reviewed 1 week ago

The monastery of Agios (Saint) Gerasimos is definitely a place worth visiting. There are two churches on the property - the new church built within the past 20 years where service is held on Sundays and the original smaller church where St. Gerasimos’ mummified remains...More

Thank JamesKon
Reviewed 1 week ago

I should have done a little more research before we went to the Monastery, but even not having done it I was able to enjoy the building, the grounds, and the extensive decoration inside. We visited as a part of a 4-hour private island tour...More

Thank travelmakesUrich
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Large white modern monastery but with amazing colourful paintings and chandeliers inside. Free to go in and look around. Worth a look as the drive there goes through wonderful mountain scenery

Thank Chris M
Reviewed 1 week ago

A truly beautiful Monastery, with very nice frescoes. It is definitely something which you should see while in Kefalonia.

Thank Vrabac21
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The place is amazing. The architecture is beautiful and we were lucky enough to be there while an orthodox service was going on in the chapel. That was an experience... make sure to dress appropriately, i.e. shoulders and knees covered, but loose clothing is available...More

1  Thank Stephanie C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

...has to be THE day to go and visit the Monastery of Agios Gerasimos! It's St Gerasimos's Saint's Day, and therefore important to Greek Orthodox worshippers from all over the island and beyond. Apparently the evening of the 14th sees hordes of people descend upon...More

1  Thank JCC2011
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The church is good. Worth a viewing. Don't miss the little church next door which is home to st gerasimos's mortal (and still above-ground) remains. We were there on a sunday and the kefalonia s (and beyond) line up to kiss his feet and cheek...More

Thank Paul W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Close to Argostoli, church of the local saint Agios Gerasimos can be found. It is considered a miracle that his body is still there preserved through the years and not decomposed. With a bit of luck, the monks will open his crypt so you can...More

Thank Nela Z
Reviewed 16 August 2017 via mobile

We were fortunate to be visiting Kefalonia on 16 August which is one of two days that Kefalonians celebrate their patron saint Gerasimos (the other is during October). The festivities start when his body is carried in a silver and glass sarcophagus from the older,...More

2  Thank Alwyn F
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