Koutavos Lagoon is an important wetland, the habitat of numerous birds, fish and other species, as well as unique flowers and plants. It constitutes an incredible spot for strolling and admiring the view.
This natural cave is where Saint Gerasimos, patron of the island, stayed until he went to Omalos Valley, where he reorganized the present monastery. A small church has been built into the cave in honor of the saint and attracts many pilgrims. From this spot, one can enjoy a fantastic view of the sea.
This interesting museum is housed on the ground floor of the Korgialeneios Library, in the capital of Kefalonia. It has been founded in order to preserve the memories of Kefalonia before the earthquake of 1953.
Note: This museum is closed until further notice. Established by the Society for the Protection of the Environment of the islands of Kefalonia and Ithaca, the Natural History Museum is located in the village of Davgata, north of Argostoli. This museum was founded in order to introduce the natural environment of Kefalonia and Ithaca to the people and to protect it.
Located in Kourkoumelata village, the Vergottis Cultural Center was founded by the George and Marie Vetgottis Foundation. It hosts an array of cultural events, from music recitals and performances to conferences and panel discussions.