Sami

About the Experience

S ami is a pretty coastal town with a population of 1000, primarily engaged in agriculture and fishing. It is home to one of the main ports on the island and is the arrival point for ferries from Patra, Astakos, Ithaca, and Italy. Sami is built near ancient Sami, one of Kefalonia's most significant archaeological discoveries. It is a perfect destination for summer holidays in Greece, with its charming waterfront, wide paved streets, and Venetian buildings that reflect its rich heritage. The main coastal road has modern amenities, shops, and lovely cafes overlooking the busy port. Numerous restaurants and accommodations are nearby, catering to all tastes and budgets. The verdant imposing hills and impressive coves surround Sami, drawing tourists who arrive here with private yachts to enjoy a unique swimming and diving experience in Kefalonia's emerald, transparent waters. The village also offers some beautiful sights, such as the Agrillion Monastery and the Nautical Museum of Sami. Kefalonia's trademark natural attractions, Melissani Lake and Drogarati Caves, are nearby. Antisamos, a stunning and lively beach known worldwide thanks to the movie Captain Corelli's Mandolin, is also located close to the town.

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