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Located in the scenic Amorgos Town, the Cycladic-style Vorina Ktismata offers elegantly decorated accommodation with Aegean Sea view and free WiFi access. The town centre is just a 4-minute walk away.... Vorina Ktismata is perfect in every single way. Amazing location, gorgeous views, beautiful architecture, spacious, spotless and comfortable rooms, outstanding breakfast. Nikos, Katerina and Niki are some of the friendliest people I have met and truly cared about making our stay as enjoyable as possible. Much like Amorgos itself, Vorina Ktismata is in perfect harmony with nature and its surroundings, making it a very peaceful and special place. Thank you for everything!
Centrally located in scenic Amorgos Town, the Cycladic-style Pension Ilias consists of 2 buildings and features air-conditioned accommodation with balcony overlooking the town or the mountains. I actually stayed at Villa Halkios because there was some issue with Pension Ilias. I'm glad the change was made.
This is one of the more remote islands. It has incredible scenery and gorgeous rocky beaches. Avoid August as apparently it gets very busy. We went in June and it was perfect. Bit windy in the evenings but hot during the day.
Amorgos was a very quiet place in Sept, so ideal for relaxation. The island is quite large so there is lots to see and do in terms of exploring. We would recommend renting an ATV and heading out to several beaches and villages. We saw a few amazing sunsets here as well!
Amorgos is a perfect island, mountain, beaches, few tourists, friendly people, no dangers, incredible breath taking blue sea. Enjoy Katapola, Arkesini, Aegiali and the magic of Chora. Don't forget the wind here rules the days. Loved the animals and the flowers everywhere.
Beautiful !! Amorgos is an ideal location for hikers, but also full of wonderful beaches for snorkelling and swimming! The island has a wild, rocky beauty with cliffs, hill and tall mountains. Absolutely lovely, including the town, chora, and the rest of the villages, with their whitewashed narrow streets. Great places to eat or have coffee & breakfast. Giasemi cafe was our favorite, with great breakfast and the staff giving us helpful info for our hiking trips !
We went to see the famous monastery, which is pasted to a rock-face, high above the beautiful Aegean. The small coves below offer beautiful places to swim, and during our stay, shelter from the heat and gale force wind (weird combination!). The two sides of the island have completely different landscape, but all is pretty undeveloped, and deserves exploring. Aegiali, the northern port is a bit more up-market and generic. Chora, high up, is one of the loveliest villages we visited in 2 months and 26 Greek islands. Your own wheels will come in very handy here, since there's not much tourist infrastructure. There are even some ancient sites for enthusiasts to visit, but not a great deal left on the ground. All in all, some of the best variety for the non-party tourist: a welcome respite from hectic Santorini and Mykonos nearby, and a must-see for every word traveller.
We loved the Chora, the beutiful panormic hikes and Mouros beach. The island itself, with its cliffs and its deep blue sea, is impressive. We loved the little cafés and one restaurant by the sea in Katapola.