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TYPE: Organised beach
Location: Samos, Votsalakia / Kampos Marathokampou
 
 
TYPE: Pebble beach
Location: Samos, Kampos
 
 
TYPE: Non-organised beach
Location: Samos, Aspres
 
 
TYPE: Pebble beach
Location: Samos, Agios Nikolaos
 
 
TYPE: Secluded & tranquil
Location: Samos, Agios Ioannis Eleimonas
 
 
TYPE: Non-organised beach
Location: Samos, Avlakia
 
 
TYPE: Secluded & tranquil
Location: Samos, Mikro Seitani
 
 
TYPE: Sandy beach
Location: Samos, Megalo Seitani
 
 

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Swim in Samos

Samos beach guide

With lovely azure waters and scenic landscapes the beaches of Samos are renowned not only in North Aegean but all over Greece. Moreover, lately scuba divers increasingly spend their holiday in Samos.

The island features dazzling organized beaches like Tsamadou, Lemonakia, Kokkari and Kedros in the north, but also isolated beaches like Aspres and Agios Ioannis Eleimonas in the southwest.

The best beaches in Samos, Greece, are now easily accessible online at the new Samos Beach Guide, a detailed beaches’ map and much more, including information on distances, beaches type and amenities offered.

Best Beaches in Samos, Greece
The North Aegean Islands in Greece are typically big islands, featuring many different kinds of beaches. This is exactly the case with Samos, where the coastline appeals to all tastes; there are gorgeous organized beaches like Lemonakia, nudism friendly ones like Tsamadou, windsurfers’ meeting points like Kokkari and family friendly beaches like Kedros. However, some suggest that the best beaches in Samos, Greece, are the isolated western beaches, accessible only by boat, but this may not be the case as most of the island’s beaches are sure to enchant and captivate any traveller!

The truth is that Samos features some of Greece’s best beaches, all available in the new Cycladia guide with a beaches’ map helping visitors find their way in the island’s heavenly coasts.