We drove 305km from Athens to Kylini port in Peloponnese, then we took the boat for a 90 minute trip to Kefalonia island. What you see is only 2 days out of the total 4 that we were there exploring some of the lesser-known spots of Kefalonia. Most people (even some locals on the island) still don’t know the existence of those amazing waterfalls. In case you want to visit this exact same location or more of the hidden playgrounds of Greece, send me an email at marioskarkalis@gmail.com

Here’s a text I copied from Wikipedia about the Mount Ainos where we drove through, after the river trekking.

(Modern Greek: Όρος Αίνος. Italian: Monte Nero or Montagna Nera) is the tallest mountain in the Ionian island of Cephallonia, Greece, with an elevation of 1,628 meters (5,341 ft).

Most of the mountain range is designated as a National Park area and is covered with Greek fir (Abies Cephalonica) and black pine (Pinus nigra). Pine forests are found between the elevations of 700 to 1200 m. Semi-wild ponies inhabit its forrest.

On clear days, the view includes the NW Peloponnese and Aetolia along with the islands of Zakynthos, Lefkada, and Ithaca.


ps: I will revisit this mountain once it snows and hopefully we will be able to locate some wild ponies this time.

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