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Remataki and Tarsanas beach in Pythagorion

There are two small beaches in Pythagorion: Remataki and Tarsanas. The beaches are located on each side of the harbour promenade. Although these two beaches lies in Pythagorion, most people choose to go to Potokaki beach, close to the airport, a few kilometres west of the village.

 

Tarsanas beach in Pythagorion. Samos.

Tarsanas beach in Pythagorion.

 

 

Tarsanas beach on the other side of the sea front promenade is nothing to write home about. The beach is covered by large pebbles and it is difficult to get into the water. Yet, there are some that chooses Tarsanas. Bathing shoes is a must. Sunbeds and umbrellas are available for hire. Several tavernas lies above the beach, including Nostos where there usually is live music in the evenings.


The best of the two beaches is Remataki beach at the far left of the village, if you have your nose towards the water. As said, the beach, consisting of sand mixed with gravel, is very small, and it is usually crowded. Sunbeds and umbrellas are available for rent.

 

Remataki beach in Pythagorion. Samos.

Remataki beach in Pythagorion.

 

Some choose to spend the day here, and I can understand them to some extent, because the beach lies in a close distance, and there are many tavernas to choose from when it's time to have lunch. In my opinion, the best restaurant along the beach is Faros, which lies furthest away.

 

Samos. Remataki beach in Pythagorion.

Remataki beach in Pythagorion.

 

If you think that Remataki is too small, just go to Potokaki beach where there always is plenty of room.

 

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