Wild & untouched nature
Known for its beautiful, wild and untouched nature, there are so many reasons why Amorgos island should be on your travel list. And you can be sure that you will find plenty of dry-stone walls around the island as they are of great popularity in Amorgos. Widely agreed to be authentic and beautiful, the island is renowned for its trails and walking paths, its raki-loving spirit (raki is a grape-based liquor), and its aromatic herbs.
Holidays in Amorgos
Amorgos is an ideal escape for people who want to relax, experience the simple life, enjoy swimming at beautiful beaches, eat fantastic local food and feel the serenity of a place which has not been altered by mass tourism.
Pagali Hotel is situated at Langada village in the northern part of the island, on the edge of Araklos canyon. A genuine Greek village with narrow alleys, traditional whitewashed houses and small churches.
If you seek for relaxation during your holidays in Amorgos, there is a considerable number of both sandy and pebbly beaches.
In Amorgos you will have the chance to admire natural, historical as well as architectural attractions.
There are many festivals taking place at the villages of Amorgos, especially from July to September.
Amorgos is only eight hours from Piraeus port, and the journey an experience on its own. There are two ports on the island: Katapola and Aegiali, where ferries, catamarans and hydrofoils call, connecting Amorgos to other islands and the mainland.