It is located near Pythagorio, along Potokaki settlement. Driving along this 2 km long beach, some parts of beach have sand and others pebbles, some are organized with beach bars and umbrellas and others have only natural shadow offered by the trees. The depth of the waters is medium. After a while it turns into a dirt road and continues until...
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Kokkari is located just some kilometers southwest of Vathi. It is a quite small beach with pebbles. The locals prefer it, because of its location in the beautiful, picturesque settlement of Kokkari and, of course, its proximity to the city of Samos. It’s an organized beach with sunbeds and umbrellas. It has many seaside taverns and cafes.
Kerveli is a small beach with pebbles, located 8 kilometers southeast of Vathi. The beach is not organized, but there are many trees offering natural shadow to those who want to enjoy a swim. It is protected from the winds, inside the moorage of Kerveli. The vegetation is intense around and close to the beach, creating an idyllic atmosphere....
It is located 9 kilometers from the capital of the island. It is a small beach with fine sand (“psili ammos” in Greek) that gave it its name. It has sunbeds and umbrellas and the waters are blue and very shallow.
It is a small organized beach with pebbles, where the vegetation comes really close to the sea. There is a small, downhill path that will get you to the beach. At its beginning you will find taverns with a great view of the beach.
This beach with pebbles and deep waters is located about 15 kilometers northwest of Vathi. Tsampou has big waves when north winds are blowing. It has sunbeds and umbrellas and next to it there is another, smaller and more isolated beach.
It is located 9 kilometers north of Vathi. It has fine sand, a beach bar and volleyball and football fields.
It is 1 km outside Kokkari, before Tsamadou. It is a beach with pebbles and deep turquoise waters, which becomes unprotected and wavy when northern winds are blowing. You will reach this beach after following a small path for about 200 meters. There is also a seaside tavern.
It is a really beautiful isolated beach. You can reach this beach either from the sea, with small boats departing from the port of Pythagorio or by car, following the route Spatharaioi-Pagondas and driving for 7 kilometers in a dirt road. The distance you need to cover to get to the beach may be long, but is totally worth it. The landscape is...
Entering Marathokampos, you will find Pefkos on the end of a downhill route towards Pyrgos and Pythagorio. It is a small beach with pebbles and waters of medium depth. There are some stone steps, enabling the access to the beach and a wooden deck for those who want to dive into the beach. Above the beach there is a restaurant with great food...
A long sandy beach is located under Marathokampos. Pebbles are all over the beach, giving it its second name “Votsalakia” (small pebbles in Greek). The beach is quite deep, with cold waters and waves when northern winds are blowing. It is unorganized with no shadow, but there is also an organized part with sunbeds and umbrellas.
It is an organized beach, located inside the bay of Marathokampos, just some kilometers after the village. The sand is thin and the waters are quite shallow. The visitor can have a swim and afterwards enjoy the food in the seaside tavern.
Limnionas is a sandy beach, located some kilometers after Kampos and Marathokampos Cove. You will find a tavern right on the beach, and another one, a little bit higher. The access is easy and the waters quite shallow.
Two of the most beautiful beaches of the island are located close to Potami beach in Karlovasi, in the middle of a wildly beautiful natural landscape. It has been established as a biological park, as it hosts monachus-monachus seals, which are endangered species. You can have access to the beach either by boat, from the port of Karlovasi, or on...
Potami is a sandy beach with pebbles, near the port of Karlovasi. It is the ideal base to start an exploration towards the waterfalls, through a path with great vegetation. The beach is unorganized and perfect for those who want to have a quiet swim.
You must visit Plaka, if you are looking for an isolated and quiet beach. Heading towards Marathokampos, take the road to Kallithea village. The beach is completely unorganized, with no hotels or restaurants nearby.