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With Ferrysavers you can easily book a cheap ferry crossing from Samos to other islands in the North Aegean, including routes to Rhodes, Kos and Thessaloniki. Plus you can travel from Samos/Vathi to Kusadasi.
- Using Ferrysavers you can easily and securely book a ferry crossing between the port of Karlovassi on Samos and Chios, Kalymnos, Kos, Lesvos (Sigli), Rhodes or Thessaloniki with Blue Star Ferries or Meander Travel
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Samos is a beautiful Greek island and the birthplace of the legendary Pythagoras. Nestled amongst the mountainous terrain are some pretty little villages and some incredible walks and trails where the views are second to none. There are two ports in Samos; Vathi, the capital of Samos, in the north-east and Karlovassi along the north-western coast. Both are close to all amenities and a short bus ride (or even walking distance) away from their respective towns. To an extent, both are still used by local fishermen who fish around the Samos waters for fish to sell in both the markets and the tavernas.
On Samos there are amazing beaches, including the renowned Gangkou Beach where there are numerous watersport facilities and golden sands. Along the coastlines of Samos are some picturesque gulfs, brilliant beach bars and adventurous mountain trails. You can also visit the intriguing Archaeological Museum and the Tunnel of Eupalinos, where you can discover what life was in ancient times.
Vathy is situated in the north-east side of the Samos island. It was built amphitheatrically around a large bay. The town of Vathy/Samos (locals call it), capital of the island today, stands on the north east corner of the island. Vathy has a population of 9,000 people and is a mixture of old and new buildings. Most of the inhabitants of Vathy are occupied in tourism and agriculture with vines and olives being the primary products of the village.