Discover Kokkari & Samos

The Penny Luxury Apartments complex is a 15 minutes walk from Kokkari and 25 km from Samos airport “Aristarchos”.

Kokkari is located on the northern part of Samos island, in a 10 km distance from the main town and is one of the most touristic and picturesque villages! Wonderful taverns with delicious cuisine, several bars and café just next to the sea as well as the kind and welcoming people create an intimate, pleasant and charming atmosphere.

Kokkari is also popular for the lovers of surf! The facilities and the school of surfing (Samos Windsurfing) are just 5 min walk and from the surrounding area start almost all the paths that lead to remarkable and historic sites as well as picturesque villages.

The location of the complex is also ideal for the mountain and sea lovers! The beaches of Lemonakia and Tsamadou with their blue crystal water are the most popular and well organized beaches of Samos island.

In this spectacular setting, by a pine forest, with an enchanting sea view, you can relax and enjoy your stay. Several kind of fruits and olive trees, vineyards, stone flowers beds with various flowers, gardens with organic farming, impressive pergolas with climbing plants and the nicely swimming pool with its spotless water create a heavenly environment that fascinates, charms and creates ideal conditions for relaxation and pleasure.

Live your own experience in Samos

If you are interested in exploring nature and history, the island of Samos is the ideal choice for your holidays. It belongs to the complex of North East Aegean islands and is located very close to the Turkish shore. It is the island of the famous mathematician Pythagoras (after whom the Pythagorean Theorem is named), the philosopher Epicurus and the astronomer Aristarchus (the first known individual to propose that the Earth revolves around the sun). According to the ancient Greek mythology, goddess Hera was also born in Samos.

Discover the complex of green landscapes with the stunning beaches and turquoise waters as well as the unspoiled and beautiful villages at the north part of the island such as Manolates, Vourliotes and Ampelos. Taste and enjoy the islands’ delicacies and the famous local Muscat wine produced in Samos since the ancient times. The two high mountains of the island, Kerkis on the west and Ampelos or Karvounis on the east are considered the highest of the Aegean region. Samos is an island that offers a wide variety of outdoor activities as with its dense forests filled by indigenous plants and herbs and with its special fauna, is one of the most suitable islands for hiking in special organized paths.

The southern part of the island is rich in historical sites, monuments, and museums. Some of the most famous sights are the Tunnel of Eupalinus, the Cave of Pythagoras, the Castle of Lykourgos Logothetis, the Monastery of Panagia Spiliani, the Ireon Sanctuary and the Archaeological Museum.

How to travel

By Plane

There are frequent direct charter flights to Samos International Airport “Aristarchos” from  European and worldwide destinations during the summer period either through Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos” or through Thessaloniki International Airport “Macedonia”.

By Boat/Ship

Samos has three ports, the main port of Vathi town, the port of Karlovasi and the port of Pythagorion. Another way to reach the island of Samos is through ferry boats with frequent daily connections between Samos and Athens in the port of Piraeus, especially during the summer season. Ferries are also available from most of the North Aegean islands and the Dodecanese, Alexandroupolis, Thessaloniki, as well as from the ports of Turkey, Kusadasi and Izmir.

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