Coastal picturesque village, with remarkable tourist development. Agios Konstantinos, flooded with flower gardens next to the Platanakia area, uniquely combines the sea with nature.
The village of Ampelos, perched on the slopes of Mount Ampelos, has a unique view of the Aegean and is ideal for hiking. Routes through vineyards, olive trees, pine trees, ravines, will satisfy every nature lover.
A small picturesque road connects the current port with Vathy, the old traditional settlement. Perched on gentle hills, at the bottom of the bay, with old houses, narrow windows and wooden balconies, it brings to life images of another era. In the church of Ai-Giannakis, the visitor can admire wonderful and rare frescoes. The wonderfully colored windows and doors of the houses are also impressive.
On the north side of the island, high up on the mountain, is the village of Vourliotes, surrounded by vineyards, olives and pine trees with an amazing view. At a short distance, there is the oldest monastery of the island "Panagia Vrontiani" (1566) and low on the sea, the beach of Tsamos.
On the North side of the island, between two protective microcaves, Kokkari is located. It is the most touristic village of Samos, with lush vegetation. The nearby beaches of Lemonakia and Tsamadou are organized with pebbles and are suitable for surfing.
Picturesque, touristic village, with a unique aesthetic and people engaged in traditional professions. It is famous for its folk art shops and excellent food.
The village of Paleokastro is located on the eastern side of the island, near the Turkish coast. What excites the visitors are the beautiful bays, the crystal clear waters and the coastal settlements of Posidonio, Kerveli and Klima.
High on the slopes of Mount Ampelos and between the villages of Manolates and Ampelos, is the village of Stavrinides. It is one of the most beautiful and picturesque villages of Samos, with a stunning view of the Aegean Sea.