Amorgos is one of the most impressive islands in the Cyclades. With blue waters, wild beaches, magnificent caves, ideal places for scuba diving, scenic bays and ancient trails that lead through its rocky and steep terrain.
Amorgos retains its traditional color and the hospitality of the locals welcome the visitor with a smile and make you feel at home!
The town of Amorgos (Chora) with its labyrinthine streets is built in the center of the island and is surrounded by rocky hills with breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea.
Here you can admire an impressive setting with scenic paintings, traditional Cycladic houses, bougainvillea in its courtyards and whitewashed small alleys. In the taverns scattered around the streets of Chora, you can enjoy local specialties accompanied by a raki “psimeni” shot.
Katapola is the main port of the island that connects Amorgos with the rest of the islands and the peninsula.
Egiali, the second port of Amorgos, is a lively town and very popular with young people since in Egiali you can find the only camping on the island. Along its promenade, there are several cafes, bars and restaurants.
Perched on a mountain behind Egiali there are three picturesque villages: Tholaria, Lagkada and Potamos, the best time to visit them is at sunset to enjoy a magical sunset.