A wealth of turquoise blue gems that are still to be discovered, lies hidden below steep hills and lush trails along the reach coastline of Kefalonia island.
An old, abandoned olive grove beautifully transformed into a lovely luscious garden. Brimming with wild plants, trees, climbers, bushes, bulbs and brushwood, is a natural Mediterranean environment that hosts the beauty of Greek na...
Drogarati Cave, a natural work of art more than 150 million years old, featuring colourful stalactites hanging from the roof like curtains and vitreous stalagmites forming spacy chambers.
A village that is considered to be the crown jewel in Kefalonia, distinguishing for its unique beauty and colour. The name of the village is Kourkoumelata. Striking views to the sea, colourful houses and gardens