Amorgos Tourguide

Amorgos, nestled in the eastern Cyclades, has a history dating back to Prehistoric times, with significant periods including Roman exile and Turkish rule. Its villages, like Chora and Katapola, showcase traditional Cycladic architecture, while ancient sites like Minoa and Arkesini speak to its storied past.

The Byzantine Monastery of Panagia Hozoviotissa, clinging to a cliffside, is a testament to the island’s religious heritage and architectural prowess. Festivals and feasts dot the calendar, celebrating local customs and religious events. Visitors can immerse themselves in the island’s culture while enjoying activities like horseback riding and hiking. Pristine beaches like Agia Anna and Psili Ammos invite relaxation and water sports, while camping sites offer a chance to connect with nature.