Agia Kyriaki is a small and quiet traditional village just beyond Limnionas going into the direction of Drakei, in the southwest of the island of Samos. The exit is at a small bus shelter on the left side of the road as you come from Limnionas. At the entrance of the village is a large sign on which you are welcomed in various languages. Agia Kyriaki is a farming village surrounded by fields with old olive trees. In the area are hiking trails through the nature for making walks. In the village itself is a church and there are orange trees. Here and there you see chickens or you are greated by a goat. It seems that there is something to rent in Agia Kyriaki in terms of accommodation, but a real tourist hotspot it is not. I think that there is no taverna in the village and for eating out you have to head towards the main road or you need to go to Limnionas where taverns are available.