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Hotel Mary - Samos Island

Only 18 miles from Turkey and 175 nautical miles from Piraeus, the population of Samos is over 40,000. There is 476 sq.km of land mass and 160km of coast. One of the most beautiful Greek islands, it attracts many tourists.

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The philosopher/mathematician Pythagoras was from Samos as well as many other luminaries. Many pass through Samos on their way to Ephesus in Asia Minor.
The island is mountainous with its highest peak, Kerkis at 1440 meters. Samos is a particularly welcoming island; the people are warm and friendly and tourism has not affected their generosity.

Samos is a great island for families and couples and it’s ideal for those who like to experience breathtaking mountain scenery, beautiful bays, olive and pine groves, magnificent honey and of course, the renowned Samian wine.
A traditional Greek island!

Samos Major Towns
Samos or Vathi
Samos or Vathi is the capital and the port of the island of Samos and it is outspread on the cove of the large gulf. The settlement, built amphitheatrically, is one of the most beautiful insular towns and it pulses with neoclassical buildings and mansions that give a tint of nobility to the traditional town.
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Outspread on a wide area, the town of Karlovassi, full of imposing buildings, reflects the glory of the past in a unique manner. Additionally, the attractive settlement that is gifted with plenty natural beauties and sightseeing, is an ideal resort for relaxing vacations.
Built on the ruins of the ancient Samos, the village of Pythagorio is the most frequented tourist resort of the island of Samos. Old traditional houses, stone paved alleys; flowered spots emit a truly romantic essence that shall definitely amaze you.

Pyrgos is a mountainous village built in the heart of a verdurous region, full of traditional houses and narrow alleys.

Samos Sights

The Byzantine church of Agios Ioannis and the monasteries at Samos.
The Byzantine church of Agios Ioannis, the monastery of Pangaea Vrontiani, the graves, the castle of Lazaros and the remains of the castle of Loulouda at Vourliotes.
The ruins of the Byzantine castle, the churches of Metamorphosis and Kimisi Theotokou, the tanneries, the pottery workshops, the mansion of the potentate and the University of Mathematics at Karlovassi.
The churches of Pangaea at Kokkari.

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The monasteries of Evagelistria and Agios Ioannis at Marathokabos.
The churches and the monastery at Mitilinii.
The relics of the wall of Polykratis at the ancient town, the roman spa, the tower of Logothetis, the ancient theater, the mains of Efpalinio as well as the church and the tower of Sarakinis at Pythagorio.
The monasteries at Pyrgos.
The primary school and the church of Agia Paraskevi at Hora.

Samos Museums

The archaeological and the ecclesiastic - byzantine museums, the picture gallery and the municipal library at Samos.
The paleontology museum at Mitilinii.
The archaeological and cultural museums at Pythagorio.
The Hera’s ancient temple at Ireon.

Samos Nature

The fountain of Pnakas at Vourliotes.
The waterfalls at Karlovassi.
The several caves at Marathokabos.
The cave Tripiovrahos at Pyrgos
The scenery from Manolates
Seitani Beach (about 1h and a half away, walking from Karlovassi)