The museum includes several halls which travel the visitor in times of traditional winemaking and barrel manufacturing. There are tools that are used by coopers era. Characteristic is the huge wooden tanks that have been preserved until today and impress with their size, the largest is 80 tons.
is of the most famous beaches of Samos. The beach is surrounded by many pines creating thus a attractive picture, while the golden sand and shallow water make it appealing for swimming and child-friendly. At the east of the beach is a quite big cave for much shade and coolness.
Karlovasi is in the northwestern part of the island, which is built above on an homonymous plain. It is the second largest city of the island and the commercial center of western Samos which has a major port serving the western part of the island.
it’s outstanding natural beauty with crystal clear, deep blue water and cozy little beach. Accessibility is not easy, but worth it. It is an undeclared nudist beach where you do not have the obligation to churn your swimsuit, but the environment can be a push to finally do it. It is integrated into the protection network Natura 2000 because hosts seal Monachus – Monachus. The name becam from the Turkish word “şeytan” that means diavolo, and this because the canyon “Kakoperato” that exists behind the beach, causes strange sounds when it is windy, so the Turks (who used to anchor there during the 19th century) thought that there was the devil, and gave this name to the region. Continuing for another 2 Km of walking will arrive to Megalo Seitani Beach
Ireon Settlement was the seaport of Pagondas and Mili villages. The old settlement consisted of a few fisherman huts which were built on the beachfront. They came here, mostly during the summer months for fishing, and during the winter moved to the villages Pagondas and Mili, which are a little higher at the northwest.
it’s a scenic, crystal clear pebbly beach, well protected from the northern winds. The beach has not facilities but the natural beauty that it has is enough to relax and enjoy swimming, far from the big crowds of the well organized beaches. To get there you need to drive for 6.5 Km a moderate dirt road, but alternatively you may also get there from Pythagorean, with excursion boats which departing regularly from Pythagorion port.
it’s a BLUE FLAG beach, with small pebbles at the beach (partly sandy) and with sand inside. The beach, protected by the homonymous bay, is suitable for families with small or older children, because the waters are quiet and shallows, the kids’ swimming pool which is near, the playground, the billiard, the ground chess and more. On the left and the right side of the beach there are rocks where anyone can go fishing with rod or with mask and snorkel.
It’s a small picturesque beach with small pebbles and rich natural shade from trees that are along the beach. It’s ideal beach for those who want to isolated from the crowds and organized beaches, in close distance. Feature of the beach is the chapel dedicated to Merciful Virgin Mary located at the eastern end of the beach. For more seclusion and privacy you can go to the very small beach, just next, to the west.
located north of the village in front of cafés, bar and restaurants row, that cover almost the entire length. Beautiful beach with many facilities, but with enough wave and air that adore the friends of windsurfing frequenting here. At the next beach there and windsurfing school.
Exhibits, which come from the monasteries and churches of Samos, submit and transport the visitors to another time and give them the image of timeless church life and the local ecclesiastical art, uniting together the farthest historical past with the present and presage the future.
one of the most popular beaches of Samos in which frequented Locals from Karlovasi town. The waters are crystal clear, the scenery is very interesting and invites exploration. The sunset is beautiful and is worth to see. From here you can go to Micro Seitani and Megalo Seitani beaches.
located near the monastery of Agios Ioannis Eleimonas, from where it got its name. The beach is addressed to those who wish to be away from the crowds and close to nature. The “live” waters and rich seabed, will compensate you, just respect the natural environment.
Thermae complex was built in the second half of the 2nd c AD (Roman period), which joined into a single organized space including sports facilities in ancient city of Samos at 6th c BC period
The ‘monastery of “Profiti Elia” (Greek Προφήτη Ηλία = Prophet Elias) founded in 1625 by the monks Neofilos and Gregorios, who were monks in “New Monastery” of Chios.
The village is oriented to the north, on a slope with 40% grade and this giving the impression of a balcony over the Aegean Sea, with excellent view from east to the west and reaches till Chios island and Asia Minor coast. It’s a preserved traditional village, with plenty of water, surrounded with lush vegetation, vineyards and orchards.
The exhibits and audiovisual equipment, show the everyday life during the Byzantine period, the history of the castle, the action of Lykourgos Logothetis, the fortress architecture in the Aegean and Samos and more.
is of the most famous beaches of Samos. The beach protected by the bay that surrounds, is almost always calm sea waters, where it comes from and the name (as a lake). From the seabed gush out freshwater (coming from the mountain Kerkis), which make the sea crystal clear but and colder.
It is a picturesque, quiet, organized beach, with sand and partly small pebble. Worth seeing the small cave at the south, with the turquoise color of the sea. To get there, you have to cross a dirt road for 800 m and walk for 250 m. It features a canteen for snacks, coffee beverages.
The aim of the project was to supply water from the source of “Ayades”, (hidden at the mountain away from enemies), to the ancient city of Samos, through mount “Kastron”. The result was a remarkable water pipeline, total length 2,385 meters, of which 1,035 through tunnel.