Samos Island

37°44’05.1″N 26°51’54.2″E Pythagoras
Samos is a Greek island in the eastern Aegean Sea, separated from Turkey by the mile-wide Mycale Strait. It was the birthplace of mathematician Pythagoras and philosopher Epicurus, and is known for producing sweet Muscat wine. On the southeast coast, the remains of the ancient port of Pythagoreion include the underground Eupalinian aqueduct, built in the 6th century B.C.

Inside the Eupalinian aqueduct

Samos has superb and picturesque gulfs, with crystal waters and sandy beaches, perfect for anchoring, swimming and relaxing. The natural magnificence of the endless beaches will charm and surprise you, each more beautiful and next. Organized with sand or pebbles and greenery that down to the beach, they will enchant you.

Wanderlust Greece, the Digital Travel Show where guest presenters travel the length and breadth of Greece has made a beautiful impression of Samos. #WanderlustGR | #DiscoverGreece