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Not bad for a town beach, used the very comfy beach chairs which were free to use if eating in the Taverna, lots of places to eat and drink nearby. Water is clean but beach shoes might be needed because of the large pebbles, can...More
We were very fortunate to get accomodation right on the beach so it was ideal - pebble beach - crystal clear water- not a lot of tourists as it was towards the end of European summer holidays but weather was still 30 plus degrees. Great...More
During those years, Samos was almost undiscovered. All that magic has apparently gone. There was nothing on the beaches near Kokkari but a few bathers and the sea-pebbled stones. Oh, and weird ants with very long legs. The short war with Turkey over Cyprus meant...More
Kokkari did not grab me like I thought it would. I much prefer Pythagorion but this is obviously a very personal choice. I found Kokkari to be a bit over touristed and the beach is at the windy side/end of the island, so I did...More
Kokkari has to be the best kept secret in Samos, if not the Greek Islands. A beautiful protected harbour with an array of five star restaurants to cater for everyone's budget. Local grocery shop, same price as the bigger ones in the city centre with...More
This Beach is on the windier side but was ver my pretty and pleasant. The drop is a little steeper and water not as calm as the southern beaches so not as great for young kids swimming. We also went late September so it was...More