Kefalonia is located in the Ionian Sea and belongs to the Ionian Islands complex. It is the sixth largest island in Greece and has more than 35,000 inhabitants. As in almost all places in Greece and in Kefalonia, every visitor has the opportunity to visit several monuments and attractions. The island due to its geomorphology has many caves, lakes, lagoons, and beaches. The island has several monuments and attractions that will peak the interest of every visitor. Indicatively, some of them are the Melissani Cave with the Blue Lake, the world-famous Katavothres, Drogarati Cave, Saint George Castle, the De Bosset Bridge in Argostoli, Kounopetra and others. The central market of Argostoli will satisfy all tastes while travelers can buy local and traditional delicacies. The numerous beaches of the island with turquoise waters and pine trees will leave every visitor speechless.