Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum of the Aegean is located in the town of Mytilinii on the island of Samos and it is a very interesting museum, since it hosts a plethora of paleontological findings, including about 300 kinds of minerals and rocks, shells and 350 species of fish, 40 species of birds, 30 species of animals, reptiles and amphibians of Samos and 3000 Greek herbs.

Folklore Museum

There are three Folklore Museums at Samos: one in Karlovasi, one in Pythagorio and one in Pagondas.

Monastery of Panagia Spiliani

Northwest of Pythagorion in Samos, at an altitude of 125 meters above the sea level lies the Monastery of Panagia

Castle of Lykourgos Logothetis

The Castle of Lykourgos Logothetis is a very significant structure in the history of Samos and Greece in general. A

Potami Waterfalls

Samos is an island that leaves you breathless with its exceptional natural beauty. One of these places is arguably the

Pythagoras’ Cave

The Cave of Pythagoras is the place where the famous mathematician and philosopher was hiding when the tyrant of Samos,

Efpalinion Orygma

Efpalinion Orygma (or the trench of Efpalinos) at about 2 km from Pythagorio. This ancient tunnel was specifically designed by

Temple of Hera

Seven kilometers south – west of the ancient city of Samos ( present – day Pythagoreio ), near the sea,

Archaeological museum of Vathi

The Archaeological Museum of Vathi, is housed in two different buildings: an old building that is known as the Paschaleios

Archaeological museum of Pythagorion

The Museum is housed in a newly constructed building at the centre of the contemporary city of Pythagoreion, the location

Samos Wine Museum

Samos’ wine museum, was inaugurated in the summer of 2005 in Malagari and is considered a success. The space housing

Statue of Pythagoras

Pytagoras the Samian (i.e., from Samos), born in the late 6th century BC of a Greek mother and a Phynecian