In Amorgos you will have the chance to admire natural, historical as well as architectural attractions.
The spectacular Byzantine Monastery of Panagia Chozoviotissa, built under a high cliff and overlooking the sea.
The shipwreck of Olympia in southwestern Amorgos.
Agia Anna cove, a very small rocky beach. The area is very photogenic thanks to the small white chapel nearby.
Asfondylitis, The ruined settlement with hundreds of walls creating a stone labyrinth. The white church of Agios Nikolas dominates the village, while from the village you can follow the downhill path that leads to the untouched beach of Chalara.
Chora, Amorgos capital. A very beautiful village, with several cafés and typical restaurants. Enjoy your stroll, and walk up to the ancient windmills located above the village.
Katapola and Aegiali: the island’s two ports, with a few shops and restaurants.
Tholaria: The village that the sun always sees, where the routes look like a frame. Built amphitheatrically over the bay of Aegiali, the village has the ruins of the ancient city as a permanent companion.