Amorgos, the endless blue of the Aegean
Amorgos stands haughtily, nestled in the southeastern Cyclades. With its wild beauty, clear blue waters, and its appearance in Luc Besson's film "Infinite Blue," Amorgos exudes charm and diversity.
Explore the lively ports of Katapola and Aegiali during the vibrant summer season. Hidden from the sea, the town of Amorgos enchants with its white alleys, Cycladic architecture, and friendly locals.
Uncover the island's enchanting paths and immerse yourself in the magic of nature overlooking the Aegean.
Don't miss the awe-inspiring Monastery of Panagia Hozoviotissa, accessible via a challenging climb of 300 steps. Perched between steep cliffs, it's a sight to behold. Alternatively, admire it from a distance at Agia Anna beach while swimming in its azure waters.
Amorgos combines untamed landscapes, cultural allure, and cinematic history, promising an unforgettable journey. Experience the magic of this remarkable island, where adventure and cherished memories await.
Enjoy the Amorgian cuisine
The traditional cuisine of Amorgos is famous for the emblematic dishes, the traditional local recipes and the unique products of the island. Try xerotigana (fried pies, stuffed with celery and fennel), oil cheese, patatato (goat with baked potatoes), Amorgian kavourma and do not forget to drink baked raki, the authentic drink of Amorgos made with the addition of herbs and honey.
Best time to visit Amorgos
Summer is the right time to visit Amorgos and enjoy its natural beauty and beaches, however September is an ideal month to enjoy hiking, sea and holidays.
How to use transportation in Amorgos
Port transfer options
There is no airport in Amorgos so the only way to access the island is by boat.
- A) from the port of Piraeus - travel time 6-9 hours
- B) from the port of Mykonos - travel time 2 hours (access to Mykonos can be done by airplane)
- C) from the port of Naxos - travel time 2 - 5.5 hours (access to Naxos can be done by airplane)
- D) from the port of Santorini - travel time 1 - 5 hours (access to Santorini can be done by airplane)
To discover the island, it’s better to have your own car, but even if you don’t, there are local buses. There is also the option of a taxi, which can take you anywhere you want on the island.