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The largest Ionian sea island, Kefalonia’s 781 square kilometres will remind the visitor of a miniature version of the whole of Greece, with its amazing natural beauty and crystal clear waters, rare –logic defying- geological phenomena, caves and gorges, traces of long lost civilizations, time honoured traditions, as well as colours, smells and tastes awakening the senses. Notwithstanding the catastrophic 1953 earthquakes, that dealt a heavy blow to the island’s majestic architectural heritage, the island’s modern tourist infrastructure makes it one of Greece’s favourite destinations.
Ainos, the Ionian sea’s tallest mountain at 1,628 metres, is covered by a unique fir tree, known as abies cephalonica. The whole mountain has been designated a National Park.