Samos Island – Ancient Marvels and Natural Beauty

Samos Island – Ancient Marvels and Natural Beauty

byPolykratis byPolykratis 17 February 2018 0 Comments News

Embark on a captivating journey through Samos, a Greek island that effortlessly blends ancient history and natural beauty.

Begin your exploration in Samos Town – Vathi, where the Archaeological Museum houses treasures from the Temple of Hera. Here, the impressive colossal  Kouros, a monumental ancient statue, stands as a testament to the island’s rich heritage.

In Samos Town also the Wine Museum invites visitors to savor the essence of Samos’s winemaking legacy, a journey through time captured in every drop.

At Pythagorio, a coastal village named after the renowned mathematician Pythagoras, you can visit the Castle of Polykratis, the Archaelogical Museum and the Tunnel of Eupalinos, an engineering marvel dating back to the 6th century BC, recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. In the nearby Heraion village, there is a sanctuary, the largest in the Aegean, dedicated to the goddess Hera.

In the picturesque Marathokampos village, discover the Cave of Pythagoras, associated with the legendary mathematician. The cave has a serene atmosphere and amazing view.

Conclude your Samos journey at the Potami Waterfalls, where nature unveils artistically  lush greenery.

Samos, with its archaeological treasures and natural beauty, invites you to unravel its stories, offering a journey that transcends time.


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