Saint Gerasim is considered the patron of the island of Kefalonia. In his honor a monastery was built, where his relics rest.8
To get paradize delight go to Petani beach. Rocky mountains, crystal clear turquoise water and white sandy beach. It is a real proof that the paradize exists.4
The Stalactite Cave of the Dragon on the island of Kefalinia has existed for more than ten million years. Live music concerts are also held here due to its perfect acoustic.4
A small beach Dafnaudi on the island of Kefalinia is hidden from the tourist's eye and looks like a secret harbor. Not many people know about it.3
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