Amorgos is a small island in the Cyclades with some obvious and some hidden merits, that fascinate the visitor in a very unique way. Coming out of the boat, an eerie breeze charms you, a feeling that you just can’t leave behind. All the visitors claim that they still remember that strange feeling of their first moment in Amorgos.
In Amorgos, pictures and sounds appear in front of us unexpectedly like old romance. The mind wanders freely as we re-evaluate the quality of life, a value that might have been forgotten in our every-day lives and routine. We encounter the pure look of polite people who greet you with a smile.
Amorgos is the easternmost island of the Cyclades, with 2,000 inhabitants. The island is divided into three parts: The northern section is the area of Aegiali. The middle part consists of the main port of Katapola and, in just 10 minutes’ drive, Chora, the capital of the island. The southern part is Kato Meria. Each part has its own, specific characteristics that will cheer up the visitors until the last day of their vacation.