A unique geological phenomenon of unparalleled beauty
The Melissani cave, however, is in itself a very powerful reason for someone who is thinking of visiting the island.
The cave was discovered by John Petrocheilos in 1951. The natural entrance of the cave is vertical and was created by the fall of a section of the roof.
The lake, located in the cave, is about 160 m long and its depth ranges from 10 m to 40 m.
The Melissani Cave or Cave of the Nymphs, therefore, is undoubtedly one of the most impressive of Greece and is a live advertisement of Kefalonia and of our entire country abroad.
Anyone who visits the cave can enjoy the spectacular spectacle of the stalactites, which have been there for more than 20,000 years, the crystal blue turquoise waters and the sunlight, all of which make up a result of unparalleled beauty.
In this cave, one has the opportunity to enjoy a unique and unprecedented boating experience, as the imposing atmosphere that exists there can be the most “difficult” visitor .
The months that one can visit the cave of Melissani is from May to October.
source – protothema.gr