The island of Kefalonia is the largest of the Ionian Islands in western Greece, with an area of 350 square miles. The most important natural sight might may be the Melissani and the Drogarati cave. The top of the mountain Ainos is covered with Abies cephalonica trees and is declared a natural park. Kefalonia is also well known for its endangered loggerhead turtle population that nest at Kaminia beach under the watchful protection of the Sea Turtle Protection society.
(Athens, Kefalonia, Zakynthos)
As beams of sunlight flood through the earthen skylight in the caves of Melissani Lake, the illuminated turquoise water beneath your traditional fishing boat appears infinite as you float upon clouds of electric blue.
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