Along the waterfront of Argostoli is a lovely promenade called Ioannou Metaxa. It takes you passed the cruise ship and ferry ports, small fishing and pleasure boats that are tethered along the quay, a fish and produce market and ends at the Drapano Bridge. Also called the De Bosset Bridge for its architect Charles Philippe De Bosset, this stone bridge dates back to 1813. It links the neighboring village of Drapano with a 3,000 foot span crossing the Koutavos lagoon. As you stroll along you may be inspired to sample local cuisine from restaurants like the Cavo D’oro. Its menu board featured sword fish and shrimp risotto. Yum!