Kusadasi Samos Ferry
Samos is one of the Greek islands that stands out for its stunning beaches and beautiful natural scenery. A great place for a vacation in nature! The capital of the island is Vathi, but a drive along the coastline will take you to many picturesque seaside villages such as Kokkari, Pythagorion, Karlovassi and Heraion.
Ferry from Kusadasi to Samos
You can easily reach Samos island with the Meander Travel ferries departing from Kusadasi. Ferry services are arranged reciprocally every day during the summer months.
Ferries to Samos from Greece
From the port of Piraeus in Athens, you can reach Samos in a 12-hour journey. Samos is also linked to several other islands, including Syros, Mykonos, Ikaria, Fourni and Chios.
If you are traveling to Samos from a different island in Greece, you can easily buy your ticket.
As for the beaches of Samos, they have an exotic landscape. Tsamadou, Agios Konstantinos, Potokaki, and Lemonakia are some of the best beaches in Samos. Thanks to its large size, Samos Greece has a wide variety of beaches, both secluded and organized! There are also some naturist beaches.
Samos is also the perfect base for weekend getaways! For those in the mood for a quick trip, daily ferry connection between Samos and Kusadasi in Turkey is provided by Meander Travel.
Samos is not only one of the most popular islands in Greece, but also one of its most beautiful. This jewel of the eastern Aegean stands out with its lush natural environment, quaint fishing villages and stunning beaches. Considering that the island of Samos is very close to the Turkish coast, the mutual ferry services between Kusadasi and Samos are provided by Meander Travel.
Moreover, vacationing in Samos is a great opportunity to go from island to island to the nearby islands of Ikaria and Fourni.
The coastline of Samos is surrounded by many beautiful beaches such as Tsamadou, Tsabou, Psili Ammos and Agios Konstantinos.
If you manage to distance yourself from the beautiful beaches of Samos, you should go sightseeing. There are many archaeological monuments and sites from various historical periods all over the island. According to legend, Samos was the island of the ancient Greek goddess Hera. That’s why the natives built a great sanctuary, Heraion, in his honor. Near Heraion is the Eupalinus Tunnel, the aqueduct of Ancient Samos and one of the greatest technological achievements of its time.
For those who love to explore, there are many more places to explore in Samos. One of them is the Monastery of Panagia Spiliani on Pythagorion. There you will find a mysterious cave church that allegedly contains the holy icon of the Virgin Mary. Those who prefer trekking will be happy to know that many hiking paths pass over the island!
The island of Samos is the perfect place for adventurous holidays in nature… Samos will take your breath away, that’s for sure!
Why should you visit Samos?
- Visit Heraion and Pythagorion – the ruins of the ancient city of Samos – both worth a visit.
- Visit the Eupalinos tunnel. It was excavated at both ends using mathematical calculations and originally served as an aqueduct.
- The picturesque fishing village of Kokkari is a must, and for the hiking type, Samos has 45 routes, the most unique of which is the hike to the 1,433m Mount Kerkis.
- If you come to Samos in spring or autumn, you should definitely visit Potami Falls. They can dry out in the summer.
- Go swimming at Tsamadou beach. Probably the best beach on the island. Crystal clear waters surrounded by lush pine trees.
- Visit the Pythagorion and Vathy Archaeological Museums.
- Visit the temple of Hera.
Vathy (Samos) Port
Vathy (Samos) Port, Samos Town, Aegean Islands, 83100, Greece.
Telephone: +30 2273027318
Fax: +30 2273080888
26.9702 ° N, 37.7563 ° E
Pythagorio (Samos) Port, Pythagorio Town, Aegean Islands, 83103, Greece.
Telephone: +30 2273061225
Fax: +30 2273062695
26.944 ° N, 37.6882 ° E