Samos, fine wine and good spirits
There is a small gem in North Aegean Sea waiting for you explore. Book your ferry tickets to Samos with Let’s Ferry and explore the center of ancient Greek spirit and culture.
View in Samos town
See the wonders:
Heraion, also known as the Temple of Hera, is an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Pythagorion, which is also under the protection of UNESCO, and the Tunnel of Eupalinos, which is considered to be the eighth wonder of the ancient world.
Kokkari village in Samos is beautiful
The beautiful fishing village Kokkari is 10 km away from Vathi, the island’s capital. You can stroll around picturesque alleys and visit the traditional cafes, however the two crystal clear beaches, one at each side of the peninsula, will steal your heart.
If you want to taste the delicious Muscat, the finest and most popular wine of the island, plan a visit to a local winery. Try also the signature Ouzo of Samos along with salty Katimeria, a traditional tasty side dish.
Livadaki beach in Samos with crystal waters
A fun equation:
Low cost ferry tickets to Samos + Let’s Ferry = Action!
Trekking is the best way to explore the tiny mountainous village Stavrinides and red tiled Manolates.Take the 1.5 km path that leads to the waterfalls of Ampelos through a beautiful forest with chestnut trees.
If you are lucky enough, near Glyfada lake or Alyki habitat, you will see herons, Dalmatian pelicans and pink flamingos from a very close distance. For a unique experience, rent a small boat from Pythagorio harbor and visit Samiopoula, a virgin islet to spend your day in the sandy beach, snorkeling in the emerald waters.
Proteas beach in Samos island
Tip: Don’t leave without a bottle of Souma, the local version of tsipouro, a traditional strong alcoholic beverage, made from the pulps of pressed grapes like the famous Muscat variety of Samos.