Samos consists of 2 towns and 34 villages, which make up the municipality of Samos. The municipality is divided in four sections, Vathi with 9 communities (villages), Karlovasi with 10 communities (villages), Pythagorean with 11 communities (villages) and Marathokampou with 5 communities (villages).
Marathokampos it is lying southeast at the foot of “Kerkis” mountain, on the hillside “Fterias”. Built amphitheatrically, with stunning southwest view of the islands of Fourni, Patmos, Arki, Lipsi, Agathonisi Samiopoula even…
Platanos is located at the center of the island. Lying at the west foot of “Ambelos” (or Karvounis) mountain, 11 km distance, south from Karlovasi, with excellent north, south, west views to Aegean sea and to the island of Samos.
Address:Platanos Samos T.K 83200
Municipal Doctor Τ.+30 22730 39285
Restaurant & coffe
Road: asphalt, winding uphill (at the last 2,5 Km)
Pythagoreio is built on the ruins of the ancient city of Samos, capital of the island and one of the most famous Greek cities of antiquity. It is built on the lower part of the old city which was built amphitheatrically, around the harbor.
Samos, although the youngest town on the island, charms at first glance the visitor with its special character created by neoclassical buildings, the morphology of the area and of course the waterfront, the diamond of the city.
It’s built on downhill ground with beautiful view to the sea. Its houses are close to its other, separated by narrow maze streets, a characteristic more intense than any other Samian village, which gives a very beautiful picturesque character.
It is located in a area with lush vegetation, covered with forest of pines trees mixed with vineyards and beautiful view to the north. There’s abundance of crystal water and the village has many narrow streets and traditional houses.
The village It has rich water sources and is surrounded with lush vegetation, the greatness of which is shown at “Platanakia” area that is almost united with the village and operating restaurants and hotels, under towering plane trees…
They were the capital of the island, for about 250 years, taking the scepter from the mili village at 1600, and gave it to Samos town (then named Vathi) at the summer of 1854, by hegemony Ioannis Ghika.