A renovated neo-classical building, a dynamic team from Samos, created a new Coffe Bar-Restaurant with nutritional – biological habits , with selected coffees and cocktails out of the ordinary.
Destinations - In Samos
Classic greek dishes , wonderful traditional dishes from the greek cuisine. In the most crowded place of the island, a few steps of the port of Pithagorio you will be able to enjoy grill dishes,appetizers, and fresh salads, any time of the year and getting in touch with a modern version of Greek grill.
Tunnel of Eupalinos is one of the greatest technical achievements of the ancient world. The Tunnel of Eupalinos or Eypalinio Origma is located 2 km out of Pythagorion. It is a 1026m long aqueduct that crosses the mountain and was designed by engineer Eupalinos of Megara. The aqueduct was used until the end of the […]
Vourliotes village is situated at an altitude of 300 meters at the slopes of Mt. Ambelos. It is one of the older villages of the island, was established in late 16th or early 17th century and is one of the most scenic settlements of the island with narrow streets and very nice old traditional houses. […]
It is a small church situated within a big cave (spilia means cave) and the church is dedicated to the Presentation of Virgin Mary. Beside the church it is found a spring with holy water. Another church dedicated to Aghios Georgios (St. George) and a few cells are situated just out of the cave. The […]
The Monastery of Megali Panagia (Great Mary) is near to Koumaradaeoi village. The monastery is found within an area of breathtaking beauty and the view is fascinating to the plain of Chora. It has been founded in 1586 by two brothers, the monks Nilos and Dionysius and it is dedicated to the Assumption of Virgin […]
Eastern to the town of Samos, within the valley of Vlamari at an altitude of some 110 meters it is situated the monastery of Aghia Zoni, established in late 17th century by the priest-monk Meletios. The church has a wood carved icon screen, a few frescoes and an interesting collection of religious objects. Access to […]