Holidays to Sami
This small town nestled in a sheltered bay on the east coast of Kefalonia retains a local village atmosphere despite its burgeoning popularity as a holiday destination, thanks in part to its working port and ferry terminal for island hopping. The town itself is quaint and life retains a gentle, slow-paced vibe – perfect for relaxing. It was the location for much of the filming of Captain Corelli's Mandolin in 2000, because of its beauty and charm.
A short walk from town, Antisamos can get busy in peak season but smaller, isolated bays can be found.
This beach is adjacent to a campsite, and is well catered for by its facilities. The water is warm.
Monastery of Agios Gerasimos
This is one of the most important places in Kefalonia and holds the remains of the island's patron saint.
This historical folk museum, though not expansive, is interesting with lots of artefacts from island life.
Sea Kayaking to the Caves
With deep Azure waters and impressive rock formations, there's no better way to explore Kefalonia's caves than by kayak.
Go wine tasting
There are several vineyards and wineries dotted about the island where you can sample produce from the local vines.
Sami has a wide range of good quality restaurants by the beach, offering all sorts of cuisines.
There is a variety of restaurants, cafes and tavernas in adjacent Karavomilos, both on the seafront and near the lake.
Mareggiata Beach Bar Night Club
Take a relaxing drink in the evening or wait until the sun goes down to find more of a party atmosphere at this hotspot.
Beach Bar Mojito
Located in Antisamos, right by the beach, this is a lively bar with an extensive drinks menu and friendly hosts.
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