Sami is on the east coast of Kefalonia, five miles SE of A. Eufimia, 20 km from the capital Argostoli and is a busy working port as well as being a picturesque town. The town is set in a wide bay with a long tree-lined waterfront and wonderful views across to the island of Ithaca.
There are 3 berthing options : the West,the North and the South quay, the first(w side) is the most popular, with a dephts from 2.5 to 3 metres, bottom of mud, good holding, good shelter in most conditions.(for the other two, ask the local ufficial where to moor)
On the waterfront promenade there are several bars, tavernas and restaurants where you will also find some of the day’s catch from the local fishing boats.
A few km inland, and W of Sami, lies the recently discovered cave of Melissani whit its underground river now approched by a flight of steps.
The nearest beach to Sami is Antisamos beach with a long stretch of white pebbles, good for swimming.