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While touring the beautiful island of Samos, you will find historical places, picturesque landscapes, beautiful beaches and friendly people.
While enjoying a walk around the island, make a stop at the graphic village of Chora, which is a part of the island's history, as old capital.You will find the village just thirteen kilometers from the capital of Samos and only three kilometers from the historical village of Pythagorion. Look for the cafe “Chora” in the village square, the ideal place to enjoy a relaxing day.
Entering the historic settlement of Chora you will find the church of Agia Paraskevi and the building of the old primary school. When you reach the square, you will see the “Chora Cafe”. After you climb the stairs, you will find yourself in a warm stone space that greets you cordially, offering elegant surroundings and impeccable service.
Right in front of you you have the town's square, the center of the village, where you can observe the locals make their everyday rounds. If you want to browse the internet while sipping your coffee, in a corner of the shop you will find computers.
“Chora Cafe” offers all kinds of different types of coffee at very affordable prices, while you can also enjoy hot-dogs, sandwiches, ice cream, and don't forget to try the famous pancakes from homemade porridge with fresh eggs, local flour and olive oil produced by the owners themselves.
The "Chora Cafe" is a beautiful choice for your evening entertainment as well, as it becomes a quiet bar,perfect for an evening stroll. Near you is the idyllic Potokaki beach where you can swim before or after your coffee.
The "Chora Café" welcomes you in its cozy environment throughout the day during the summer, while in the winter it is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday after 3 pm, and on holidays. Visit to enjoy moments of relaxation in a modern space, in the center of the historic village of Chora.