Kefalonia, is an Ionian sea island and belongs to the Ionian Islands. It is the sixth largest island in Greece after Crete, Evia, Lesvos, Rhodes and Chios and the most mountainous island of the Ionian Islands. It is located opposite the entrance of the Patraikos Gulf, north of Zakynthos, south of Lefkada and west of Ithaca.
It is an island famous from the film “Captain Corelli’s Mandolin” that has been made on the island. It has exciting beaches and lush mountains and has always been a very popular destination. Its inhabitants revelers, laughing, are “out heart”. Island of great poets, writers, musicians.
Visit the cosmopolitan Fiskardo, a favorite destination of celebrities from around the world, as well as the hometown of the poet Nikos Kavvadia. It stands out for its port, but mainly for its traditional architecture, which offers a unique feel from the 18th century. Despite its current crowds, it maintains indescribable serenity.
Of particular interest are the caves of the island, such as Melissani, Agalaki, Agioi Theodoroi, Zervati, Drogarati Cave, Sakkou cave and others.