Samothrace

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Samothrace, the island of mysteries

Samothrace is a place that does not follow the splendor, comforts and commercial tourism like the other islands. Rich history, wildlife, waterfalls, pedestals, mythical tales and the imposing Mount Saos, a mountain that seems to float from afar, yes it makes sense to enchant those who visit it. Samothrace fanatics belong to all age groups and all nationalities. They come every year to the island of mysteries to enjoy swimming in the natural pools, to take hot baths and to get a sense of the energy vibrations that they hold from the worship ceremonies of Kaveri in ancient times.

Sandy beach in Samothrace island

Here’s what to see in Samothrace:

  • A replica of "Statue of the Winged Victory of Samothrace(Niki of Samothrace) at the Archaeological Museum of Paleopolis.
  • The port of Kamariotissa you immediately feel that there’s something unique about this island. It’s almost as if the time stopped a long time ago and the island runs on a different time and pace!
  • Full moon over the Moon! Also known as “the Moon” (Fegari), Mount Saos, rises to 1611 meters and is the tallest mountain of the Aegean. When there is a full moon, a lot of people hike to… ”the Moon” to spend a luminous night in nature.
A picturesque island in Samothrace


Whenever you choose to visit the island, the cheapest ferry tickets to Samothrace are one click away at letsferry.com

Natural pools formed in the rocks with crystal clear waters

Here’s what to do in Samothrace:

  • If you enjoy hiking, you will love the Mount Saos trails leading to the famous “Vathres”, (a name that describes natural pools formed in the rocks with crystal clear waters) of the island.
  • At the settlement of Therma known for its thermal, sulfur springs, there are two trails that lead to Gria Vathra. Take the first trail if you’re up for an easier hike or you have kids. Get on the second trail if you’re an experienced or adventurous climber who loves a challenge. Added bonus for those opting for the second trail: at the end of your hike there is a sandy Vathra beach where you can rest and relax.
  • Cross the water stream of "Fonias", located 5 km from Therma, where you will find an spectacular trail that will take you through pockets of pristine, untouched nature to Klidosi, the highest Vathra.
  • Visit Vdelolimni, one of the island’s most important wetlands, located at the start of the Fonias (meaning “Killer”) water stream.
  • The beaches of Samothrace are beautiful, pristine with crystal clear waters. The most famous beaches to visit are the Gardens, Pachia Ammos and the exotic beach of, Vatos - reachable either by boat or through a narrow and winding mountain path that leads to this wildly beautiful turquoise water beach.
  • Enjoy snorkeling in sandy beaches overlooking the islands of Imvros and Tenedos.
A luminous night in Samothrace island


Tip:
 If you drive there, make sure to be super careful where you park your car. It is highly likely that if you park it under the shade of an oak or wild olive tree, you may find wild goats – yes, that’s right– on the top of your car when you get back. They are probably out looking for food so to them a car or a rock makes no difference as long as they can climb on it. Oh…and something else, it is said that wild goats in Samothrace are 15 times the population of the island so, beware!

Information about the port of Samothrace

Passenger routes connect Samothrace with Alexandroupoli. There are also routes to and from Samothrace from the port of Limnos.