A walk in the old cave of Drogarati will also leave many exciting memories. According to one version of scientists, the cave was formed approximately 150 million years ago. Fantastic red stalactites and stalagmites remain the main decoration of the cave. Kefalonia is also the location of the highest mountain in the Ionian Islands. This is Mount Aenos. Currently this mountain is a part of the national park, and is considered one of the most popular attractions of the region. Here visitors are offered to participate in various sightseeing tours, during which tourists can enjoy the local flora and fauna, and spend a day in really beautiful mountains.
Fans of nature simply cannot forget to visit the Ainos Nature Reserve. Despite its rather modest size, the reserve is a valuable natural site. Here visitors will see a rare sort of pine. The beautiful pine forest has become home to foxes, rabbits, minks and other mammals.
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