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The link between Kefalonia and Ithaka is served by our partners Ionion Pelagos and Levante Ferries Group which together provide 32 weekly sailings with travel times ranging between 20 min and 30 min. frequent, all day departure times for these crossings. Ferry operators serving this line have ships suitable for vehicle transportation, so you can reach your destination with your car, motorbike or camper van. All ships are equipped with passenger services and cabin crew who are ready to assist you.
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SAMI (KEFALONIA) PISAETOS (ITHAKA) offers
Children under 5 travel free
Children between the ages of 0 and 5 travel free, including fees.
Discounts for children under 10
Receive a 50% discount for children between the ages of 5 and 10, including fees.
Port of SAMI (KEFALONIA)
The port of Sami is on the island of Kefalonia, located on the north-eastern coast. There are connections with national and international ports from Sami. The port is small and there are some beautiful beaches in the immediate vicinity. There are many tourist services at the port including a taxi service and buses to other locations on the island including Argostoli, Poros, Agia Efimia. The nearest airport is on the island itself, eight kilometers from Argostoli, and 33 kilometers from the port of Sami. ... [More information]
Address: Poseidonos, Kefalonia 280 80, Greece
Directions: Google Map @ Sami (Kefalonia), port
Guide of PISAETOS (ITHAKA)
Pisaetos is a beautiful seaside resort just a few kilometres from Vathi on the island of Ithaca. Its crystal clear waters invite you to explore the beautiful seabed full of flora and fauna History This small town is mainly based around the port, is like the rest of the island, covered with olive trees and vegetation. The first inhabitants lived here as early as 2000 BC, but there are many artefacts from the Mycenaean period. It was then under Roman and later Byzantine domination. Places to visit There is a little ancient village to visit on the top of the Alalcomenae hill with the remai... [More information]