Travelogue

Sami and Peratata

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Sami is a town and a former municipality on the island of Kefalonia. It 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. On the waterfront promenade there are several bars, tavernas and restaurants serving fresh day’s catch from the local fishing boats. Peratata is a village in the southern part of the island of Cephalonia, Greece. It is situated at the foot of a hill, which is crowned by the Agios Georgios, the 16th century fortress dominating the village. Peratata is home to the Monastery of Agios Andreas and its Byzantine Museum, as well as the Venetian Castle and the Mycenaean tombs.

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