Do you know what is geology? Kefalonia is a great place to learn. There are 40 geological sites on the island. Look for a map at the reception and start from the nearest and most interesting locations. Ten minutes from our hotel is the Katavothres sinkhole. There the seawater sinks and travels all the way to the opposite side of the island and near the village of Sami and forms Lake Melissani. Nature made sure to make things even more beautiful, so she placed the lake in a cave. Melisani is one of the most important caves in Greece because it has a special geological, biological, archaeological, aesthetic, and mythological significance. Only 2 km from the lake is the Drogarati cave, one of the most beautiful caves in Europe. It is over 60 million years old. It is decorated with beautiful stalactites and stalagmites of inestimable beauty and value. When you are already in that area, make sure to visit the Karavomilos lake. You can find a detailed map of all geological sites at the reception.