Pythagorion

Author
Trine Søe
Last modified
24/03/2020
Port position map
Harbour position DMS
37° 41' 21" N , 26° 56' 38" E
Harbour position DM
37° 41.35000' N , 26° 56.63333' E
Approaches
When approaching Pythagorion the first thing to see is nine windmills on the mountains. Be aware that the wind can be harsh when the melting wind blows. At the port entrance is a red buoy where there is low water on the left side of it.
Number of moorings
60
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Pythagorion is located on the island of Samos, part of the Sporades archipelago. The city breathes life and the harbor is the natural center of the city. The city is also a UNESCO World Heritage site due to many archaeological finds. During the summer, the city is quite touristy, but no more than can easily be kept out. Pythagorion is named after the Greek philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras, who was born in Samos. The name was given the city in 1955, formerly the city was known as Tigani.

There is water and electricity on the quay. A mini tanker can supply fuel, but otherwise reference is made to Samos Marina. There are good opportunities for provisioning, as there are several supermarkets, kiosks, fruit stalls and the opportunity to buy ice cream. If you want to move around a bit on Samos, you can rent a car in several places in the city.

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