Kefalonia is a lush green island surrounded by the emerald waters of the Ionian Sea. It is an island of mystery and strange phenomena.
The water of the sea disappears under Argostoli through Katavothres ending up in the atmospheric cave of Melissani, where the water of the lake creates turquoise reflections on the walls of the cave. Every year on the 15th of August snakes make their appearance to the Panagia Church in Markopoulo. Saint Gerasimos, the protector of the island, sometimes has seaweed at his feet because he visits the nearby islands. It is also known that in Kefalonia there are goats with golden teeth, Caretta-Caretta turtles welcome tourists in the lagoon of Koutavos in Argostoli and Mount Ainos is black instead of green.
What else do you need to convince yourself of visiting Kefalonia over and over again?