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Samos Marina, Samos Island, Greece

Samos Marina is one of the most famous harbours in all of Greece situated in the city of Pythagoreion, on the Samos Island. Instant access to the shores of the Aegean Sea makes this area the ideal destination for those who enjoy white marble beaches and cobalt blue waters. Taste the famous wine of Samos while relaxing in a hammock on the beach or experience pleasure cruises on yachts in the dark waters of the Aegean. If you are interested in the island’s history, visit the Sanctuary of Heraion, the Tunnel of Eupalinus and the Monastery of Spiliani. If you are looking for a place to stay, the hotels in the area are more than willing to transform your vacation into an adventure. Ino Village Hotel, Scorpios Hotel & Suites, Samos Bay Hotel by Gagou Beach and Mirini Hotel are the best establishments in Pythagoreion. Feeling hungry? Then you should try these marvellous restaurants that will spice up your holiday: Stella, Two Spoons, Argo Taverna, Lakis Restaurant and Kosmos Tavern.

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Attractions in Samos Island

Samos (/ˈseɪmɒs, ˈsæmoʊs/; Greek: Σάμος) in the North Aegean, Greece, is a multidimensional island. Not just is it a marvelous destination spot with outstanding scenic characteristics, including waterfalls, wetlands, authentic villages and astounding coasts, but it hosts fantastic attractions, a wine museum and rare sightseeing suggestions, such as the cavern of Pythagoras, where the Pythagoras theorem most likely came to life.

The island is located south of Chios, north of Patmoand the Dodecanese, and off the coast of Asia Minor, from which it is separated by the 1.6-kilometre Mycale Strait. It was known to be a particularly rich and powerful city-state in ancient times, expressly known for its vineyards and mouth-watering wine production, as the exquisite, fragranced Samian wine is exported all over the world. There are a few speculations concerning the name's provenance of Samos. As per one of them, Samos originates from the age... more info