Best Of Kefalonia
Arrive at the natural wonder, which was once a cave. In 1953, the earthquake brought down the roof of the cave allowing the sun’s rays to illuminate the water. Capture the flicking of light on the turquoise waters as you float inside the cave on a rowing boat.
Next, visit Droggarati Cave. The Drogarati Cave in Kefalonia was discovered 300 years ago and opened to the public in 1963. It was discovered when a strong earthquake caused a collapse that revealed the cave’s entrance. Drogarati is an impressive cave with remarkable formations of stalactites and stalagmites
Continue to the village of Agia Efimia, is a stunning fishing village on the eastern coast of Kefalonia
Make one last photo stop above Myrtos Beach, which lies between the feet of two mountains.
- Capture the highlights of the island on this full-day tour
- Visit two picturesque villages and explore them with time at leisure
- Admire the natural wonder that is Melissani lake by boat