Rent a Car in Samos
Samos is a beautiful island to visit and explore with your rental car from the company Thessaloniki Car Rental. It is located in the eastern Aegean and it is approximately 1km. away from the Asia Minor coast.
Samos is an important place with an important historical heritage. For example, it is the birthplace of important personalities such as Herodotus, Epikouros, Aristarchus, and Pythagoras. With several monuments and sites to visit, we need an economical rental car. So cool off in the waterfalls located in Karlovasi and admire the wild and beautiful landscape. Admire also the Tunnel Ditch, an ancient underground aqueduct and important time for technical work. Visit the Cavern of Pythagoras and the Heraion of 6 C b.c, the temple of the goddess Hera with your rental car from Thessaloniki Car Rental Rent a Car.
The beaches on Samos are composed of sand and pebbles. The northern beaches are ideal for windsurfing and many sports fans prefer their facilities. The beaches at Kokkari combine the golden sands and lush countryside. Driving with the rental car eastwards, we find the organized beach Gagou with its blue flag and the fine sand and great beach at Mycale. On the south side of Samos, we come across one of the best beaches with golden sand and this is Limnionas. On the west side is the beach Big-Seitani which hosts the seal Monachus. Visit it with the rental car from Thessaloniki Car Rental Car and from Samos airport.
Samos has been considered a blessed place since ancient times and the same goes for the vineyards and their fruit. It has a great tradition for centuries in the production of wine that continues up to nowadays. It is no coincidence that the Catholic Church once supplied wine for Holy Communion exclusively from Samos by special order and certification. The most famous for years is the white “Moschat” of Samos that you should try to sweeten your palate and accompany your meal. There is also interesting historical information regarding the famous Samos wood in the past. As the island’s pine was harder and more durable than others, it was widely used, which greatly aided the island’s shipbuilding activity.
From Samos, you can easily visit Chios.