Kefalonia – Small Islands

Green slopes, majestic mountains, rich lagoons and many important geological phenomena that compose unique sceneries. It is the nature of Kefalonia, which promises to enchant you! Apart from the wonderful beaches that rank among the best of Greece – and beyond the borders – when you visit the island, you will find the countless secrets that are hidden in the nature of Kefalonia.

Cave Melissani is perhaps the most distinctive monument of nature in Kefalonia, and you should definitely not miss it. Not very far lies one of the most important caves in Greece, Drogarati with the excellent acoustics – it is such that it allows for concerts to take place in the hall of the cave!

Enos is the mountain that dominates the nature of Kefalonia. It is the highest peak of the Ionian Islands and is overgrown by the fir of Kefalonia, a beautiful tree with dark green foliage.

The Sinkholes, Kounopetra but also the caves of the island are the characteristic ‘paradoxes’ in the nature of Kefalonia, while there is also Avythos, the only lake on the island, that for many years was considered to be bottomless!

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