You’d feel like you’re in a dream when you visit this awe-inspiring cave in Kefalonia, Greece. Called the Melissani Cave, it is surrounded by thick forests and majestic mountains like the Agia Dynati and Evmorfia.
It is one of the most frequented tourist destinations in the country, and just by looking at the photo, you know there’s a very good reason for that. But it wasn’t always like this. It used to be a quiet undiscovered place. In fact, legend has it that this cave was inhabited by nymphs, and thus was avoided by people. It was only rediscovered in 1951 by Giannis Petrocheilos.Image Source: telegraph.co.uk