Port of Sami

Ferry Routes and Cruises
(Sami, Kefalonia, Greece)

There are three ferry companies operating ferry routes from Sami, with two companies only operating full services during the peak summer months.

These routes are between Sami and the Italian ports of Bari and Brindisi, as well as the year round regular crossings to Patras and Ithaca.

Sami to Ithaca and Patras

The crossing from Sami and Patras on the Greek mainland also incorporates a popular stop at the neighbouring island of Ithaca. This crossing is operated by Strintzis Ferries, which provides a daily service and crossing times of 1 hour, 30 minutes to Ithaca and 2 hours, 30 minutes to Patras. The port of Patras has been extensively renovated in recent years and is now regarded as one of the busiest and best equipped in Greece. There are excellent transport links to the rest of the country, signifying its status as the main departure point for many passengers travelling to the western Greek islands.

Sami to Brindisi

Maritime Way operates a seasonal service between Sami and the Italian port of Brindisi. There are daily crossings during the peak summer months and a much more limited service at other times. The route is operated by a large and well-equipped vehicle ferry that takes approximately 12 hours to make the crossing. The Italian port of Brindisi has a busy ferry terminal that operates sailings to many destinations throughout the region. There are excellent facilities available for passengers both at the port and in the surrounding area.

Sami to Bari Ferry Services

Agoudimos Lines operates a regular service on this route, with up to four crossings a week during the busiest months and a very limited service at quieter times of the year. The route is operated by a large overnight vehicle ferry that makes the crossing in around 15 hours. Ferries now dock at the new port in Bari, which is one of the busiest in the region. This new port offers excellent on-site facilities for passengers, which include banking facilities, tourist information and a number of convenient shops.

Sami Port

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