Ino Village Hotel

The family-run Ino Village Hotel has lots of plus points guests love, including a courtyard pool and veranda restaurant.

Perched on a hillside spot, the hotel gets unbroken views across Samos Bay. The vine-covered restaurant is the best place to experience these gorgeous panoramas, and you can soak them all up while tucking into local homemade dishes.

The pool is in the centre of a traditional courtyard. It’s the heart of the hotel, and guests love to relax here on the wooden loungers and throw themselves into the deep end of the pool, which is perfect for diving. There’s also a little bar out here for daytime drinks.

In the evening, the lobby bar serves classic cocktails and local beer. There’s also a satellite TV so you can watch any big games.

Overview of Samos Town

Samos is famous for its wine but it’s an island that’s packed with immaculate beaches, charming restaurants and plenty of activities. So, on a holiday to Samos you’ll be greeted by an abundance of natural beauty, slices of history and vineyards to tour.

The Ino Village Hotel is in the island’s namesake of Samos Town. It’s the island’s capital, as well as one of its three ports. The town’s built like a natural amphitheatre, with the sea as its stage. The harbour here is a stunning venue for cafes and restaurants, while the winding and hilly streets contain shops for every budget, including high-end items and local antiques.

Things to do in Samos Town

The Ino Village Hotel might be perched on a cliff, but all the main attractions of Samos Town are still close by. The beach is only 500 metres away, and because of the hotel’s location, it’s all downhill. If you’re looking for a good windsurfing spot, head to Kokkari Beach where it’s a speciality.

You’re also only a 15-minute walk away from the centre of Samos Town. There’s a wine museum here that’s dedicated to the produce the island’s famous for. Plus, you get a free tasting afterwards.

Down in the harbour, you’ll find plenty of spots where you can watch the world go by and observe the expensive yachts in the port. Just back from the seafront, you’ll find a mixture of designer labels, luxury items and antique shops.

When you choose Samos Town as your holiday destination, you’ll find a location that offers you a little bit of everything. A wonderful mix of neo-classical architecture and lively bars and shops, it caters for the tastes of all visitors.

Resort Summary

Samos Town is built like an ancient amphitheatre, with the sea as its natural stage. This harbour creates a perfect setting for numerous cafes and restaurants, and at night this whole area comes alive. The winding hilly streets that dominate the town are perfect for exploring and contain many fascinating antique and other shops. With its wonderful mix of neo-classical architecture and vibrant bars and shops, Samos Town caters for all visitors’ tastes.

You can either stay in one of Samos Town’s many hotels for your Samos holidays or rent an apartment – the town has plenty of options. From the very new to the more traditional type of accommodation, Samos Town is an ideal base for those who simply want to stay in this attractive port, or who wish to explore the whole island.

Keen sailors will love the facilities on offer from the Samos Nautical club and will be able to experience the thrill of sailing in the beautiful water of the Aegean Sea. If you love hiking, spend some time exploring the beautiful hills and countryside that surround Samos Town.

This fantastic port also gives you access to mainland Greece, and ferries run regularly.