The highest peak in Kefalonia, and the second highest of any Greek island, Mt. Aenos reaches an altitude of 1,628m, and spreads over roughly 285 square km. The surrounding area has been designated a National park, and is covered with a rare species of fir (Abies Cephalonica) and black pine. There are many ways to explore the area, including car, bicycle and foot, and it certainly makes for an enjoyable excursion. Aside from the breathtaking views of Kefalonia and neighboring islands, visitors have much to see here, as Aenos is home to many species of fauna and flora, some of which are endangered.