|Region:||Peloponnese, Western Greece and the Ionian|
Sami is a beautiful coastal town located 25.8 km east of Argostoli, the capital of Kefalonia. The village reaches a population of 1000 inhabitants most of whom are engaged in agriculture and fishing. Sami is the second largest port of Kefalonia after Argostoli and it serves daily trips to Patra, Ithaca and Italy. The modern village is built close to ancient Sami, one of the most important archeological discoveries of Kefalonia.
The harbour area is divided into the main harbour and the western harbour, separated by the ferry terminal. Yachts moor “Mediterranean style” in the main harbour in a water depth of up to 5.5 m. Boats can moor alongside behind the ferry mole (north quay) in depth of 4-5m. Mots yachts go stern to the western mole in depths of 2-3.5 m. The quay supplies bollards and mooring rings. Good protection. Only strong westerly’s and northwesterly´s create heavy swell. Also the south quay offers few yachts a sheltered berth. Here the depth is 3.5-5m. A variety of taverns and shopping amenities can be found in the town.