The verdant island of Samos, located near the north-eastern edge of the Aegean, is an exceptionally popular holiday destination, combining a rich historical heritage, enchanting landscapes and infinite activities allowing you to savour the great outdoors. Must sees on your holiday include important archaeological treasures, such as the Tunnel of Eupalinos, the archaeological site of the Heraion, and the 6,430 m long Polycrates Wall (dating from the 6th century BC), the Ancient Theatre (dating from the 4th century BC), the Roman Baths (dating from the 2nd century AD), as well as the Byzantine castle at Pythagorio (dating from the 7th century AD).
The verdant island of Samos, located near the north-eastern edge of the<br /> Aegean
In addition to the streets packed with history and culture, it is worth detouring to visit one of Samos’ wineries as the island is renowned for its outstanding white muscat wine. You can also pop into the Samos Wine Museum, one of a few wine museums in Greece. It’s located near Vathy.