|Agia Matrona church|
|Moni Megali Panagia|
|The Hera temple|
|Agios Ioannis Eleimonas|
|End of the World|
|Kampos beach (south)|
|Psilo Amos beach (west)|
|Psilo Amos beach (east)|
|Vathi / Samos Town|
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|From Limnionas to "The End of the World" and further|
From Limnionas leads the path to the taverna "The End of The World". In the area there are several small and secluded beaches that can be reached on foot. Before the taverna there are two small and sandy beaches that you can reach over a path. On quiet days they are excellent for naturists. At the taverna itself there is a nice beach (I was told they have made stairs leading to it now) and beyond the taverna there are more small beaches. Some of the beaches you will see while you are making the walks in this area can only be reached by boat though. On your way you can see the church of Agios Nikolaos under which is a very nice small sandy beach.
UPDATE 2012: Hi Hans, we had many changes here by the taverna and the roads, as you can see by the pictures I have posted on facebook. I had some Dutch people today and they where walking from Limnionas because the information on your website says that the road is not for driving, and many Dutch people don't bother to come, so please look at the pictures first and then change it, thank you Andreas, from the taverna at the end of the world.
|Taverna at the End of the World in Limnionas|
After a 2,5 km long walk from Limnionas along the coastline with the most amazing views you can have a drink or something to eat at the Taverna at the End of the World. It is run by one of the friendliest people you will even meet in Greece: Andreas. He started this taverna in te middle of nowhere and after a while changed the name to The End of the World. Andreas is a bit crazy and full of stories. When he cooks he measures temperatures with a laserbeam to see if it is well cooked. The area around the taverna is perfect for walking and there is a secluded small beach nearby (it takes some climbing to get there though, wear good shoes). The perfect host, the perfect place, the perfect views and the perfect prices as well: cheap. A must when you visit this part of Samos.
Our verdict: just fore the experience alone, a 10 out of 10