Sami Kefalonia: a tranquil little port with numerous of sights nearby
The harbour of Sami is a little fishing village, unspoilt and tranquil with an authentically Greek atmosphere. With several little taverns, cafés, shopping facilities, car rental offers its guests everything they may need during the holidays.
The region around Sami has a breathtaking natural beauty and hides numerous worth seeing places, such as:
The Melissani Lake (= blue cave), approx. 2 km from Sami: A boat trip on its bluish green water is a wonderful experience. Depending on the time of the day the water colour changes as the sunbeams hit it from different angles.
The Natural Lake of Karavomylos, approx. 2 km from Sami: a dreamy place with a friendly tavern looking across the sea to Ithaca.
Drogaratti Cave (150 Mill. years old), approx. 4 km from Sami: From a natural balcony, which resulted from the collapse of the cave roof, you can survey an area of approx. 100 m² with rare stalactites and stalagmites.
The monastery of Agrilion or Grilia, approx. 2 km from Sami: with superb views over the Ionian See, the neighbouring Island Ithaca and the magnificent beach of Antisamos.
The Ancient Acropolis of Sami and the monastery of Fanendes, approx. 4 km from Sami: with stunning views and a lot of pathways ideal for walking and exploring.
The beach of Antisamos, approx. 4 km from Sami: a spectacular beach surrounded by impressive verdant hills with turquoise-blue, crystal clear water ideal for snorkelling. Water sports on offer.
The Bavarian Horse Riding Stables, approx. 10 km from Sami: a completely different way of exploring Kefalonia, by following old donkey trails with wonderful views through olive groves and fruit orchards.
All amenities in Sami (Kefalonia)
Several little bays along the coastline Sami – Agia Efimia, taverns, cafés, bars, shopping facilities, pharmacy, health centre, car rental, motorbike rental, bank, cash station (EC), taxi, bus station, tourist information office, ferry to Ithaca.