Melissani Cave

The cave of Melissani was discovered by Giannis Petrohilos in 1951 and is located 2 km northwest of Sami. It is considered a unique geological phenomenon and a mandatory stop for the island’s visitors.

Drogarati’s cave

Drogarati’s cave is 3 km away from Sami and located in the area of the village Haliotata, and at 120 m altitude. It was discovered when a big earthquake destroyed a part of it and created the current entryway.

Myrtos Beach

30 km away from Argostoli and 8 km from Agia Efimia on the north side of the island you will meet Kefalonia’s most famous beach, Myrtos. Myrtos is a semicircular beach with white pebbles and crystal waters which is surrounded with steep deep green rocks.

Agia Efimia Beach

Agia Efimia is a small beach with white pebbles. Families prefer this beach because it has shallow waters. Along the main road above the beach, there are restaurants that serve fresh fish. Near Agia Efimia Beach is a marine that hosts countless boats, yachts etc. If you visit Agia Efimia do not forget to rent a boat and explore the numerous little gulfs with the crystal clear waters between Agia Efimia Beach and Sami Beach

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