To the tranquil islet of Samiopoula at the south of Samos, but also to the nearby island of Ikaria and the small island complex of Fourni.
Explore the two mountains of Samos (rocky Kerkis and verdant Ambelos/Karvounis). Furthermore, the wetlands of Alyki, Mesokambos (a swamp) and Glyfades (lakes) provide shelter for migratory birds and other animal species.
Visit all the various and beautiful villages on the island.
The Archaeological Museums of Samos and Pythagorio host prominent findings of the island’s ancient sites and are definitely worth visiting.
Close to Pythagorio, this is another top sight of Samos and one of the most important ancient technical achievements (also called “the eighth wonder”).
Situated in the coastal settlement of the same name, at the mouth of river Imvrassos, where goddess Hera was born, Ireon is one of the top Greek island attractions and also a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The coastal settlement of Galatas is just across Poros, but also Lemonodasos (aka Lemon Forest), the ancient city of Troezen (birthplace of Theseus) and Epidaurus, where the Great Theatre of Ancient Epidaurus is located.
Boat trip around the island and also to the nearby Greek islands of the Argosaronic (Angistri, Aegina, Hydra, Spetses).
An historic fortified 18th c monastery, which contributed to the Greek War of Independence. It is situated in a magnificent location with plane trees and water springs.
Few of its remains are located at the plateau of Palatia, a spot with amazing views of the Argosaronic Gulf. It was a Doric temple built in 520 BC, dedicated to god Poseidon, the island’s patron.