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Samos Villages

Villages located at the North part of Samos island
(Following the root from Samos Town to West)
Vathi (Samos Town)
The town of Samos is the capital and the main port of the island and it is situated at the northeastern end of the island, within the safe bay of Vathy. The actual town has almost been joined with the scenic settlement of Vathy, amphitheatrically arranged on a low hill, whose nice traditional buildings with the tiled roofs go very well along with the neoclassic houses of the town of Samos. more about Vathi (Samos Town)...

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Kokkari Village
The village of Kokkari is situated at a distance of 9,5 kilometers northwestern to the town of Samos, on the coastal road, circular road of the island. The village has a small port for small fishing and tourist boats; in the past Kokkari served as the port of Mytilinioi. more about Kokkari...

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Vourliotes Village
Vourliotes is an inland village, situated at an altitude of 300 meters, some 5 kilometers far from the main public road, leading from Samos to Karlovasi. The village is found at a distance of some 20 kilometers far from the capital town of Samos, at the Northwest. more about Vourliotes...

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Manolates Village
At a distance of 19 kilometers far from Samos, on the way to Karlovasi, you will find the junction leading to the traditional village of Manolates, where you will arrive after you have driven for 6 kilometers on an uphill road with a lot of sharp bends. The village has been named after the family name of its first settlers. more about Manolates...

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Agios Konstantinos Village
The village of Agios Konstantinos is a beautiful coastal village situated at a distance of 18 kilometers northwestern to the town of Samos, on the circular coastal road to Karlovasi. The village is composed of two settlements, Ano (upper) and Kato (lower) Agios Konstantinos. more about Agios Konstantinos...

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Stavrinides Village
Some 2 kilometers southeastern to Ambelos, at an altitude of some 400 meters, it is situated the village of Stavrinides, a small traditional village, named after the name of the first settlers of the place. more about Stavrinides...

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Ambelos Village
Western to Aghios Constantinos, after you have left the main road and driven for some 4 kilometers on an uphill road full of curves, you will arrive to Ambelos (the name means “vineyard” in Greek). It is a traditional village climbing on a steep mountainside, with current waters and lush vegetation of fructiferous trees and vineyards. more about Ambelos...

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Agios Nikolaos Village
The small tourist resort of Agios Nikolaos, extended around the homonymous tiny beach, is situated at the northern coast of the island, some 27 kilometers northwestern to the town of Samos. more about Agios Nikolaos...

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Kontakeika Village
Some 4 kilometers far from Karlovasi, on the way to Samos, it is situated the settlement of Aghios Demetrios and another kilometer to the South it is found the village of Kontakeika. The village has abundant current waters and considerable well watered cultivated areas.
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Hydroussa Village
7 kilometers southwestern to Karlovassi it is situated the village of Hydroussa, a village chocked with gardens, vineyards and woods. The actual name of the village is due to the abundant current waters of the area, but in the past it was called Fourni (meaning “kilns” in Greek), after the numerous pottery kilns it used to have. more about Hydroussa...

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Konteika Village
Seven kilometers southwestern to the town of Karlovasi is situated the village of Konteika, named after its first settler, the shepherd Konstantinos Kontos whose origin was from the nearby village of Platanos; Kontos settled here in mid 18th century. more about Konteika...

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Platanos Village
The village of Platanos is situated southern to the road leading to Aghioi Theodori, at a distance of 3 kilometers, and 10 kilometers southeastern to Karlovasi. It is a lovely village, chocked with woods and vineyards and it obviously owes its name to the huge plane trees grown at the square. more about Platanos...

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Agii Theodori Village
Aghioi Theodori is a small village situated near Platanos, at a distance of some 8 kilometers southeastern to the town of Karlovasi, just off the circular road leading from Karlovasi to Pythagorio and to the town of Samos. In the past the name of the village was Kavessaeika, after the surname of the first settler, Dimitris Kavessis who came from Platanos to settle here. more about Agii Theodori...

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Karlovassi Village
Karlovassi is a modern small town situated at the northwestern coast of the island, some 32 kilometers western to the town of Samos. The modern town developed after 1950 when the separate settlements joined together to form the Municipality of Karlovasi; today the town is extended from the plain down to the sea and the port. more about Karlovassi...

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Leka Village
Southern to Karlovasi, at a distance of some 5 kilometers, it is situated the village of Lekka. The village has been named after an Albanian who took refuge to Samos, after 1715, when Ottomans had took possession the Peloponnese from Venetians anew and had persecuted the populations of the area. more about Leka...

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Kastania Village
The village of Kastania (meaning “chestnut tree” in Greek) is situated some 4 kilometers southern to Lekka and 9 kilometers southern to Karlovassi. The village is arranged on the mountainside of Fterias, at the foot of mountain Kerkis, within an environment of luxuriant green. more about Kastania...

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Kosmadei Village
The village of Kosmadaeoi is situated at the northern mountainside of Fterias, at a deviation of the road between Lekka and Kastania. The first settlers of the village came from the nearby village of Kastania and the village owes its name to a person named Kosmas, who is said to be the first to settle here. more about Kosmadei...

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Drakei Village
The village of Drakei is situated at the northwestern part of the island. As it happens with many villages of Samos, it owes its name to a person named Drakos, the first settler of the area. The area around the village is rocky and the soil infertile, but the environment is wonderful, with lush wild vegetation, steep rocks, excellent view of the open sea and a fantastic sunset. more about Drakei...

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Villages located at the North East part of Samos island
(Following the root from North to South)
Paleokastro Village
The village of Paleokastro is situated some 5 kilometers southeastern to the town of Samos, surrounded by hills that hide the village from the side of the sea. It owes its name to the ruins an old castle, found very close to the village. more about Paleokastro...

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Kerveli Village
The small tourist settlement of Kerveli, surrounding the homonymous beach, is situated at the eastern coast of the island, some 8 kilometers far from the town of Samos at the Southeast. The settlement counts only a few permanent residents, almost all of them living on tourism. more about Kerveli...

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Villages located at the South East part of Samos island
(Following the root from East to West)
Klima Village
The small tourist resort of Klima, very close to the homonymous beach, is situated at the southeastern coast of the island, some 14 kilometers southern to the capital town of Samos. more about Klima...

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Mykali Village
The small tourist settlement of Mykali, arranged around the homonymous beach, is situated at a distance of some 7 kilometers southern to the town of Samos, at the northeastern coast of the island. It is here that in 1824 the Greek fleet had defeated the Ottomans in a sea battle that contributed much to the success of the Greek National Revolution. more about Mykali...

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Psili Ammos Village
Psili Ammos (meaning “fine sand” in Greek) is a small tourist resort extended along the small homonymous beach of the southeastern coast of the island; it is situated at a distance of some 9 kilometers far from the capital of the island, at the South. more about Psili Ammos...

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Pythagorion Village
Pythagorion is a lovely cosmopolitan coastal town situated at the southern coast of the eastern part of the island, some 12 kilometers southern to the town of Samos. The town has been named after Pythagoras, the great ancient philosopher and mathematician. The actual town, extended around the port, has been built on the ruins of the ancient city of Samos. more about Pythagorion...

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Potokaki Village
The tourist resort of Potokaki, a settlement rapidly developing recently along the long homonymous beach, is situated within the bay of Pythagorio, at the southeastern coast of the island, at a distance of 14 kilometers southeastern to the town of Samos and 3-4 kilometers western to Pythagorio. more about Potokaki...

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Chora Village
Chora is a scenic old big inland village, situated on the junction of the inland road network; it is found at a distance of 3 kilometers northwestern to Pythagorio, at the northeastern part of the homonymous plain, and some 13 kilometers southwestern to the capital town of Samos. more about Chora...

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Mytilinii Village
Mytilinii is a small town of the inland situated on the road leading from Chora to Mytilinii and to the town of Samos, at the western end of a valley of breathtaking beauty; the village is found some 10 kilometers southwester to the town of Samos and is surrounded by low hills which hide it from the side of the sea. more about Mytilinii...

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Mavratzei Village
Mavratzei is a scenic mountainous village, situated at a deviation of the circular road leading from the town of Samos to Karlovasi, via Pythagorio. The village is found some 19 kilometers far from the town of Samos at the Southwest, within a beautiful area with lush vegetation, mainly of pine and olive trees, with several caves and other natural sightseeing. more about Mavratzei...

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Mili Village
According to the local tradition the village of Myloi (“mills” in Greek) is the first village constructed in Samos after the period of the depopulation of the island. The village is found at a distance of 8 kilometers far from Pythagorio. more about Mili...

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Ireon Village
Ireon is a coastal tourist settlement, which has not lost the scenic features of a typical old coastal village; it has a small port for mooring of small fishing and tourist boats. The village is situated at a distance of some 17 kilometers southwestern to the capital town of Samos and it is found very close to the famous archaeological site after which the village has been named. more about Ireon...

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Villages located at the South West part of Samos island
(Following the root from East to West)
Pagondas Village
The village of Pagondas is situated southwestern to Myloi and 12 kilometers far from Pythagorio, on the eastern mountainside of mountain Bournias. The village owes its name to the settlers who came here from the almost homonymous village of Pagodas, in Euboea. more about Pagondas...

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Koumaradei Village
25 kilometers southwestern to the town of Samos it is situated the village of Koumaradaeoi; the village owes its name to a family of settlers. The residents live on agriculture, the most important cultivation being that of the olive tree. more about Koumaradei...

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Mesogios - Pandrosos Village
Some 4 kilometers far from Pyrgos at the Northeast it is situated the village of Messogeios (meaning “inland” in Greek) and, less than one kilometer far from this latter, it is found the village of Pandrossos, which is one of the villages of Samos built on the higher altitude. more about Mesogios - Pandrosos...

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Pyrgos Village
27 kilometers southwestern to the town of Samos and some 5 kilometers western to Koumaradaioi, almost at the center of the island is situated the inland village of Pyrgos. The village is surrounded by hills and heights that make it totally invisible from the sea. Pyrgos is found at the riverside of river Amfilyssos and western to river Imvrassos. more about Pyrgos...

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Spatharei Village
The village of Spatharaeoi is found at a distance of some 5 kilometers far from Pyrgos, on the way to the village of Pagondas, at the mountainside of mountain Bournias. It is one of the villages built on the higher altitude in Samos. It owes its name to a priest named Petros Spathas who was the first settler; it is him and the 18 children he had, that formed this village. more about Spatharei...

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Skoureika Village
The village of Skouraeika is situated at a distance of some 9 kilometers southeastern to Koumaeika, in the broader area of Marathokambos. The village is built on an altitude of some 180 meters. The residents of Skouraeika are occupied mainly in agriculture and especially in olive tree cultivation. more about Skoureika...

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Neochori Village
Neohorio (meaning “the new village” in Greek) or Nihori, or Nihoraki as the locals call it, is situated northern to Skouraeika and eastern to Koumaeika. The village is found within a precipitous and hardly accessible area. It is one of the tiniest villages of the island and in the past it was called Zouraeika, after the surname Zouras. more about Neochori...

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Koumeika Village
The village of Koumeika is situated 13 southeastern to Marathokambos, with which it is connected via good roads, developing every day. Although very close to the sea, hidden as it is behind the hills, the village is almost invisible. It seems that it has been named after its first settlers, whose origin was from the town of Kyme at the island of Euboea. more about Koumeika...

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Ormos Marathokampou Village
Τhe small tourist settlement Ormos Marathokambou is situated at a distance of some 45 kilometers southwestern to the town of Samos, at the southwestern coast of the island, within the bay of Marathokambos. more about Ormos Marathokampou...

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Marathokampos Village
Marathokambos (meaning “the fields of fennel” in Greek) is a small traditional town arranged on the mountainside and facing the sea and the homonymous bay at the southern coast of the island. The town is situated at a distance of some 42 kilometers southwestern to the capital town of Samos, 3 kilometers far from the sea at the North and of Ormos Marathokambou, which serves as the port of the town. more about Marathokampos...

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Limnionas Village
The small tourist settlement of Limionas, extended along the homonymous small beach, is situated at a distance of some 53 kilometers southwestern to the capital, within the bay of Marathokambos, at the southwestern coast of the island. more about Limnionas...

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Kallithea Village
Northwestern to Marathokambos, at a distance of some 24 kilometers, it is situated the village of Kallithea (meaning “the nice view” in Greek). In the past the village was called Prinias, from the abundant holm-oaks that grew in the area. Later on, it took the name Kalabachtassi, because it belonged to the Municipality of Kalabachtassi; some 50 years ago, its name changed once again and the village took the name it actually has. more about Kallithea...

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