Samothraki has long been popular with locals, but is still a real insider tip for Greece internationally.
Therefore, you can enjoy an authentic Greek summer here. 14 kilometers from the larger center on the island is Therma, known for its hot springs and healing pools. It is also close to a camping area if you want to spend the night under the stars. As for beautiful beaches, the tranquil Pachia Ammos and the dive-friendly Kipos would come highly recommended. If sightseeing grabs you, the Cult of the Great Gods offers insight into the mythology of ancient Greece.
Summer weather in Samothraki: Samothraki is located in the northern Aegean Sea, so summers are pleasantly warm but never too hot between June and August. July is the hottest month when temperatures can climb up to 28°C and average 23°C.
Getting to Samothraki: The most direct way to get here would be to fly to Kavala and take a ferry from there. However, there are faster and more frequented ferry routes from Alexandropouli, which can be reached from Athens, Thessaloniki or Kavala.