Samos Island

Timeless Beauty & Rich History 

Nestled in the Eastern Aegean Sea, the island of Samos enchants with its blend of natural beauty and rich history. Birthplace of Pythagoras and place of worshiping  the goddess Hera, its ancient heritage resonates through the archaeological finds you can visit, such as the Heraion, a temple in honor of the goddess, the largest in Greece and the Tunnel of Eupalinos (aqueduct), a mechanical wonder of ancient times.

The island’s diverse landscape, from olive groves to mountain peaks and traditional villages invites exploring, offering stunning locations and hidden gems.

Samos’ coastline is a tapestry of stunning beaches, from the bustling shores of Pythagorio to the exotic beaches around Kokkari.

The town of Samos and Karlovasi, the two largest towns of the island, are a combination of tradition and modernity, while seaside villages such as Pythagoreio and Kokkari exude a timeless charm and picturesqueness.

Samos is a destination for nature and history lovers and a haven for those seeking relaxation and authenticity. With its warm climate, friendly locals, and a rich tapestry of cultural, historical and natural wonders, Samos remains a gem waiting to be discovered in the heart of the Aegean.