The story of a cave with a huge underground lake and a small island in the middle and trees to act as its crown. It is an island of Greece and it could only be the cave of the Nymphs, the mythical daughters of Zeus (or Uranus), protectors of nature.
The cave Melissani on the island of Kefalonia, the largest of the Ionian Islands which is located off the coast of north-western Greece was discovered or rather rediscovered in 1951 and since then it has been a destination for scholars, cavers and also for tourists for which they have created an artificial access.
It is a real geological phenomenon; the cave and underground lake Melissani are within walking distance from Sami, the main port of the island. It is open every day from 8.30 to 19.40.