The Greek island of Samos lies in the North Aegean Sea, around 300 kilometers east of Athens and 225 kilometers northwest of Bodrum. It is one of the most populated of the Greek islands and is situated just over 1.5 kilometers from the coast of Asia Minor, which can be seen across the picturesque Mycale Strait. Once a powerful and wealthy city-state, today the island is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, thanks in part to the remains of the Eupalinian aqueduct, which is one of the great marvels of ancient engineering that is still standing today.

Samos has also become a popular destination for boating and yachting enthusiasts from around the world, thanks in part to its scenic beauty, fantastic architecture and warm, sunny climate. While visiting, be sure to check out the stunning ancient harbour at Phythagoreio, which is a small coastal community that is the birthplace of Phythagoras, the renowned mathematician and philosopher.

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Aegean / Dodecanes
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