Kefalonia is the largest and most mountainous island of the Ionian Islands and the third most populous after Corfu and Zakynthos. It is located opposite the entrance of the Gulf of Patras, North of Zakynthos, South of Lefkada and West of Ithaca.
Much of the land is occupied by the Ainos mountain range which has been acclaimed as a national park while the caves of the island are of particular interest as well.
There are several attractions and museums worth visiting when you find yourself on the island. Also don't forget to taste the traditional wine and “mezes” of the local kitchen.