Potami Beach at Karlovasi

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Potami (meaning river in Greek) is an 800 meters long pebbly beach with rather deep and clean sea, not protected at all from the northern winds which raise high waves when blowing. It is situated at the northern coast of the island, some 34 kilometers far from the town of Samos at the Northwest and 2 kilometers after Karlovasi. Accommodation facilities are available only in the broader area, but there is a cafe, a restaurant and a cantina by the sea, for full meals, snacks and refreshments. Not organized at all, the beach is a good choice for those wishing to enjoy a relaxing swim in calmness, not far from Karlovasi. Access from Karlovasi is possible by taxi, by rented or private car and motorbikes.

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Marathokampos Harbor

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Marathokambos is a small harbor on the SW side of Samos, lying 15 miles west of Pythagorion and around 14 miles NE of the Fournoi Islands. In settled weather it is a delightful anchorage with water clear enough to swim off your boat with several taverns ashore.

Karlovasi Harbor

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Port

Karlovasi Harbor is a commercial harbor on the NW side of the island of Samos. It is located some distance from the actual town of Karlovasi.

Near the Potami beach you will find the great waterfalls of Karlovasi. Walking through a nice path two small beautiful waterfalls are revealed.

Karlovasi Beach

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The 1000-meters-long beach at the port of Karlovasi is a sandy beach with fine sand, situated at a distance of some 32 kilometers southwestern to the capital town of Samos, in front of the town of Karlovasi, beside the port. The sea is pretty shallow, but it is totally unprotected from the northern winds which raise high waves when blowing.

Mikro (small) Seitani is a tiny pebbly beach, only some 150 meters long, with deep very clean sea; the beach is open to the North and the northern winds raise high waves when blowing. It is situated at the northern coast of the island, some 36 kilometers northwestern to the town of Samos and 4 kilometers after Karlovasi.

The beach of Megalo (big) Seitani is a small beach, only 350 meters long, with coarse sand, situated at a distance of 38 kilometers far from the capital town of Samos, at the Northwest. The sea is pretty deep and very clean, not protected at all from the northern winds, which raise high waves when blowing.

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Pefkos (the word means pine tree in Greek) is a 200 meters long beach with big pebbles, situated at a distance of some 37 kilometers southwestern to the town of Samos. The beach is found at the southwestern coast of the island, within the bay of Marathokambos, close to the well known beach of Psili Ammos; it is well protected from the winds and sea is rather deep and very clean.

Balos is a 400 meters long beach with big pebbles, situated at a distance of some 40 kilometers southwestern to the town of Samos. The beach is found at the southwestern coast of the island, within the bay of Marathokambos, close to the well known beach of Psili Ammos; it is well protected from the winds and the sea is very clean and deep.

The tiny beach just beside the small port of the tourist settlement Ormos Marathokambou is situated at a distance of some 45 kilometers southwestern to the town of Samos. The sea is of medium depth and very clean and, as it is found at the southwestern coast of the island, within the bay of Marathokambos, it is well protected from the winds.

Situated some 46 kilometers far from the town of Samos at the Southwest, very close to the tourist resort of Ormos Marathokambou, Kambos Marathokambou (the word means the fields of fennel in Greek) is an extended, some 3 kilometers long beach, with sand and pebbles, also known as Votsalakia (small pebbles in Greek). The sea is rather deep and very clean and, as it is found within the bay of Marathokambos, at the southwestern coast of the island it is well protected from the winds.

Aspres (the word means white in Greek) is a 350 meters long beach with pebbles, situated at a distance of some 47 kilometers southwestern to the town of Samos. The beach is found at the southwestern coast of the island, within the bay of Marathokambos, close to the tourist resort of Ormos Marathokambou; it is well protected from the winds and the sea is very clean and not very deep.

The small (400 meters long) beach of Psili Ammos (the word in Greek means fine sand) is a sandy beach with fine sand from which it has taken its name; it is also referred to as Chrissi Ammos (golden sand), because of the color of the sand. The beach is situated some 51 kilometers southwestern to the capital town of Samos.

Limnionas is a small beach, only 400 meters long, with nice coarse sand, very clean and deep sea; as it is found within the bay of Marathokambos at the southwestern coast of the island, it is also well protected from the winds. The beach is situated at a distance of some 53 kilometers far from the capital, to the Southwest.

Kedros is a tiny, sandy beach with very clean sea of medium depth, situated at a distance of some 63 kilometers southwestern to the town of Samos. Found at the western coast of the island, the beach is open to the west and it is not much protected from the winds.

Varsamo is a tiny, only 250 meters long beach is situated at a distance of some 68 kilometers western to the town of Samos. It is a pebbly beach with nice pebbles and very clean sea of medium depth.

Agios Isidoros is situated at a distance of some 68 kilometers western to the town of Samos. Found at the western coast of the island, it faces the open see and it is not protected at all from the winds which raise high waves when blowing.

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