Village in North Aegean

This is a village inhabited since the ancient years. It has a charming promenade and an archaeological museum that hosts findings from the island.

A picture of the port of Pythagorio with small fishing boats and the buildings of the settlement in the background.
photo: YouInGreececom

Attractions & Things to Do in Pythagorio

Port of Pythagorio, Samos

It has routes to Dodecanese islands, while during the summer, day-trip boats offer fishing trips, routes to Samiopoula & Turkey excursions.

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Promenade of Pythagoreio

At the same spot where the ancient city and port of Samos were located, it's a picturesque area with tavernas and cafés by the anchored boats.

↑ N
< 1km

Archaeological Museum of Pythagorio

Inaugurated in 2010, it hosts more than 3000 findings covering an area of 2500 square meters.

↖ NW
< 1km

Marina of Pythagorio, Samos

Wind-protected marina, with high-end infrastructure, that can accommodate up to 290 small & bigger vessels like leisure & sailing boats.

→ E
≈ 1.5km

Thermai Archaeological Site (Roman Baths)

Roman Baths of the 2nd century AD and part of the ancient sports facilities located west of Pythagorio.

← W
≈ 1.6km


The home island of geometer Pythagoras is lush green with rivers, wetlands, and beaches. It also has several sites of archeological interest.

↑ N
≈ 2km

Samos International Airport


Named after the Greek astronomer & mathematician, links Samos with Athens & Thessaloniki, while it includes many EU destinations seasonally.

← W
≈ 3.9km

Questions & Answers about Pythagorio

Why Visit Pythagorio?
  • Built on the ancient city of Samos that had the oldest Mediterranean artificial port.
  • Close to Tunnel of Eupalinos & Heraion, both declared World Heritage monuments.
  • Cosmopolitan village amphitheatrically built around the picturesque port.