Blue waters, amazing seabed, mountainous villages with white houses, cute taverns and probably the loveliest Chora of the Cyclades.
The visit to the Monastery of Panaghia Chozoviotissa is truly one of those experiences you carry with you for the rest of your life.
Amorgos is not really famous for its long sandy beaches but for the small coves with sand or pebbles and turquoise waters.
In Katapola you will find the beaches Maltezi and Plakes, both accessed by boat leaving from the pier in the port.
In antiquity Amorgos was one of the first places from which the Ionians passed onto the Greek mainland. An important number of artifacts (stone tools, tombs, statues, coins, building remains) clearly indicates that the island was inhabited since before 3200 BC (early Cycladic civilization) and that three ancient cities with autonomous constitution and their own currency existed:
Some of Amorgos’ most important sights are undoubtedly Aghia Triada’s tower in Arkesini and the ruins of ancient Minoa on Moundoulia hill in Katapola.