A fishing shelter sized 80 X 60 m, has been built at the end of the quayed southeast shores of the port of Samos. The entrance is 30-meter wide, it is set to the northwest and lights exhibit from each of the entrance’s sides. The depths at the inner part of the fishing shelter are between 2 and 4 m.
The beach of Mykali is a 3-kilometers-long beach, with big pebbles is situated at a distance of some 7 kilometers southern to the capital town of Samos. Found at the southeastern coast of the island, the beach is well protected from the winds; the sea is very clean but not very shallow.
The small, some 200 meters long, sandy beach of Psili Ammos (meaning fine sand in Greek) is situated at the southeastern coast of the island, at a distance of some 9 kilometers southern to the capital town of Samos. It is a beach that is worth its name, with nice fine sand, pretty shallow, very clean sea and well protected from the winds.