Drogarati Cave in Kefalonia, Greece
Kefalonia Caves - The Drogarati Cave in Kefalonia, Greece was formed nearly 300 years ago after a powerful earthquake caused a part of the cave to collapse, creating its current entrance. Located 3 kilometres from Sami and standing at an altitude of 120 metres, this cave has a depth of 95 m and a temperature of 18°C (64.4°F). It is considered one of the best caves in Greece and is famous for its large room, making it ideal for cave therapy.
What makes the Drogarati Cave truly unique is that it is still alive, with water drops continuing to fall from stalagmites and adding to its creation that dates back over 100 million years. Visitors are advised not to disturb the drops as they play a major role in the formation of the cave.
To explore the cave, visitors must climb specially designed steps that require great care due to increased humidity. Don't miss the chance to witness the natural wonder of the Drogarati Cave in Kefalonia, Greece.
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