The second largest port of the island, Sami is a delightful village set in a wide gulf circled by thriving vegetation offering never-ending views all the way to the neighboring island of Ithaca. Crystal clear transparent waters and stunning green scenery design a gorgeous setting for your ideal vacation.
Sami lies on a charming waterfront with wide paved streets and it’s bordered by Venetian buildings echoing the rich heritage of Kefalonia. The modern village is built close to Ancient Sami, a place of great archeological significance.
Sami is also quite the strategic spot for travellers wanting to explore the island’s most renowned sights. It’s very close to the Monastery of Argilia and the magnificent Antisamos beach, as well as the two natural wonders of Kefalonia, the caves of Drogarati and Melissani.
If you’re an active traveller, you should definitely track the coastal trail that leads to Karavomylos Lake while gazing at amazing sea views and scenic landscapes.