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Kefala Cave

KEFALA CAVE, located NW, is of considerable archaeological and speleological interest. The passageway, overhung with massive stalactites, measures 103 m in length. It was explored in 1961 by oceanolographer Anastasios Christomanos. Scientists found also signs of worship of Olympian Zeus. Visitors can access the cave by boat from Pothia or Myrties.

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