|Agia Matrona church|
|Moni Megali Panagia|
|The Hera temple|
|Agios Ioannis Eleimonas|
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|Kampos beach (south)|
|Psilo Amos beach (west)|
|Psilo Amos beach (east)|
|Vathi / Samos Town|
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|The village of Agios Konstantinos on the island of Samos in Greece|
Agios Konstantinos, Kampos and Avlakia are three coastal villages in the north of Samos, let's say roughly in the middle of the island. They are a bit west of Kokkari. The area around these villages is very beautiful and very green, and especially behind Agios Konstantinos you find tall trees (the so-called nightingale forest). There are no really good beaches in the area, unless you like pebbles, because if you do Tsabou Beach near Avlakia is very nice (at least for the eye). Between Agios Konstantinos and Kokkari are even more beaches, namely the beaches of Tsamadou and Lemonakia, which are better. In Agios Konstantinos, which extends itself mainly along the coastline rather than in the land behind it (the village is 1 kilometer long), many nice old houses stand between the new and renovated ones. The village is perhaps more attractive than you might initially think when you see it from the main road.
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Agios Konstantinos is located 30 km west of the capital Vathi and the village has about 200 inhabitants. It is a little bit hidden from the road behind the high vegetation. The village is trying to get a bit of the tourism, and there are some nice tavernas and a picnic area in the nearby pine forest, but the lack of a good beach holds it back to grow inro a major tourist destination. Occasionally there is a strong wind in the village and in particular on the quay (the "Meltemi" wind that frequently blows over the Greek islands). There are many hotels and apartment buildings in the village, but this is because the area behind the village is a popular destination for walkers. Agios Konstantinos is a small fishing village and besides from tourism the residents live primarily from fishing and agriculture. Grapes are grown in the area that are used for making wine. The older and more traditional part of Agios Konstantinos is situated a little away from the coast.
|Aiolos Restaurant in Agios Konstantinos|
Agios Konstantinos is a small settlement in the north of Samos. At the entrance to the village on the west side next to a small pebble beach is the Aiolos Restaurant. We tried the stuffed hamburgers, the tzatziki and pastitio (a kind of pasta dish with minced meat). It is served with toasted garlic bread. Most of the products in the restaurant come from their own garden, the menus are handwritten and the service is friendly. It is also inexpensive. The fries were almost crunchy, but just not quite.
Our verdict: 7,5 out of 10
|Villa Dimitra - Agios Konstantinos on the island of Samos in Greece|
Set in Ágios Konstantínos, Villa Dimitra offers accommodation with free WiFi and a garden with a sun terrace and sea views. Fitted with a balcony, the accommodation offers air conditioning and features a TV and a private bathroom with shower. A fridge and stovetop are also featured, as well as a coffee machine.
Samos is 14 km from the apartment, while Kokkari is 7 km away. Samos International Airport is 15 km from the property. This property also has one of the best-rated locations in Ágios Konstantínos! Guests are happier about it compared to other properties in the area. Couples particularly like the location - they rated it 9.4 for a two-person trip. This property is also rated for the best value in Ágios Konstantínos! Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.
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