AMORGOS, the easternmost island of the Greek Cyclades is a stunner,
with whitewashed houses, trestled alleyways and fiery rust sunsets ...
Kevin Raub in New York Post, 2010

Outdoor Activities

  • Mouros Beach – An Idyllic Greek Beach Getaway

    By Editor on November 21, 2012
    Mouros Beach, is one of the top spots on the island not far from Vroutsi Village in the southeast of Amorgos
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  • The Seasons of Wellness

    By Editor on April 30, 2012
    Danish journalist Michael Jagd presents his Amorgos-Video produced for the Short Film Festival at Yperia 2012
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  • Mysterious Embroided Stone Art in Asfondilitis

    By Editor on June 10, 2011
    llias Provopoulos about life and art of Michalis Roussos who created amazing and strange stone graffitis in Asfondilitis
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  • New Geocaches on Amorgos

    By Editor on May 12, 2011
    On Amorgos Island you can now find 20 geocaches on a number of highly interesting spots. Enjoy the new way to discover the Island
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  • Geocaching Demoevent in Asfondilitis

    By Editor on May 7, 2011
    Sunday participants of the Yperia were invited to follow Amorgos Island Magazines' Geocaching Demoevent in Asfondilitis.
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  • Geocaching Basic Rules

    By RenatoGeo on April 15, 2011
    Geocaching is a community based adventure game, it works well, if you consider some basic rules of the geocachers community.
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  • Geocaching on Amorgos

    By Editor on April 4, 2011
    Geocaching is coming to Amorgos! First caches are already placed on the Island, more will be added soon. What is geocaching?
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  • Amorgos on the rocks

    By Editor on October 12, 2010
    As mentioned, the Amorgos Island Magazine intends to show views from different perspectives onto the island. Now we got an authentic article from Emmanuel Chevrain, a guest who stayed with his friend on Amorgos this summer and tells us more about his ways to discover the island and his impressions he got, activities and places he does enjoy, and more … Must read.
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  • Hiking on Amorgos – low risk more fun!

    By nicola on October 7, 2010
    People who misgauge mountain risks are very well known to the members of different alpine rescue services. One can find people dressed in beach-wear and sandals on alpine glaciers and desperate ski-beginners on diamond slopes. Mass tourism in the alps has required the set-up of a dynamically rescue system. Accidentally this trend somehow is unconducive for the developement of mainstream’s […]
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  • Hiking from Asphondilitis to Chalara

    By Editor on September 29, 2010
    The beautiful but demanding hiking trail from Asphondilitis to Chalara beach, beacons to a world of quaint and smooth rocks close to the sea with romantic bathing places. The starting point for the trip is the farming area of Asphondilitis, located at the footpath between the Monastery of Hozoviotissa and Potamos. Asphondilitis is also accessebly motorized by car or scooter. […]
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  • Romantic Gramvousa Island

    By Editor on August 25, 2010
    Gramvousa is one of the two deserted islands of Amorgos, located on the southernmost part of Amorgos just across from the beach of Kalotaritissa. There are two nice main beaches and several small beaches on the island, skippers also like this place, it is well protected from wind and rough sea, a good snorkeling and fishing area, a romantic place […]
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  • Kalotaritissa Beach

    By Editor on August 6, 2010
    Kalotaritissa beach is a smooth and picturesque sandy bay with some shingle parts. The beautiful place on the most southerly point of the Amorgos Island is wind and rough sea protected. The sparkling aquatic scenery is surrounded by a small port for the local fishery boats, it is also a favored anchor ground for yachting people. The charming beach bar […]
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  • Agios Pavlos Beach – must visit!

    By Editor on July 30, 2010
    There are places on Amorgos you simply must visit. One of them is Agios Pavlos Beach with it’s “carribean-finger” pointing nearly 100 meters into the sea. The shingle spit is a natural design phenomenon. It is shaped by wind and sea – sometimes spiky, some other time it changes into a small curved bay. However, you will enjoy the mild lagoon-like […]
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  • The “Island-Island” feeling on Nikouria beaches

    By Editor on July 30, 2010
    The uninhabited Island of Nikouria (4,5 km long)  is located straight in front of the „carribean finger“ of [intlink id=”agios-pavlos-beach” type=”post”]Agios Pavlos beach[/intlink]. It is easy to access by a permanent boat shuttle service (4 euros per person) starting at 11:00am and closing at around 7:00pm straight in front of the tavern of Agios Pavlos beach. It will take you […]
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  • Scuba Diving on Amorgos

    By Editor on July 27, 2010
    Located in the heart of the Cyclades on the remote island of Amorgos, you will find our dive centre offering you the possibility to explore the crystal clear wonders of the “Big Blue”. Amorgos scuba diving centre was established in 2007, offering you fresh new dive equipment and state – of- the air fill station ensuring the highest quality breathing […]
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  • Hiking Trail: Hozoviotissa – Potamos – Aegiali

    By Editor on July 18, 2010
    This nearly 12km long trail is definitely one of the most impressive walks on Amorgos with beautiful views. It will take you around four hours of time and you can combine your walk with visiting the Monastery of Hozoviotissa (go there by bus) and finish your day with a swim on Aegiali Beach and an evening dinner in one of […]
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  • Hiking Amorgos: Books & Maps

    By Editor on July 14, 2010
    In this article, we will introduce some books and maps which will help you to get all the informations to discover [intlink id=”hiking-on-amorgos” type=”page”]walking and hiking on Amorgos[/intlink] well prepared. You can buy this books and maps online before you travel to Amorgos, but you will get books and maps also in stores on the island. Amorgos – A Walker’s […]
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  • Hiking on Amorgos

    By Editor on July 13, 2010
    The wonderful landscape of Amorgos with it’s close-to-the-sea mountains invites you to hike and enjoy both the rich flora and phantastic views on nearly every corner. You don’t need to be a mountaineer to experience the islands secrets and to discover the island’s rich world of herbs. But you have to be prepared and equipped appropriately. That’s why we look […]
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  • Amorgos Island Bus Service

    By Editor on July 10, 2010
    If you don’t use your vehicle, there is a bus service nearly all over the island. Bus routes are regular although quite infrequent, a few per day, depending on the season. There is frequent bus service between Katapola and the Capital (Chora), also the bus service between Aegiali and Katapola works well. The actual timetables you will find in the […]
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  • Romantic Boat Cruises

    By Editor on July 10, 2010
    Get another view of the Island of Amorgos and take the boat to discover hidden beaches you can never reach! With their two boats the daily cuise service offer two different boat tours. Starting from Kalotaritissa Beach in the most south of Amorgos Roussos Cruise Service the Chozoviotissa Boat (13m long, 45 passengers) tour leads you to the monastery of […]
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  • Psilli Ammos Beach, Aegiali

    By Editor on July 7, 2010
    Psilli Ammos is a small (ca. 150m) sandy beach right after the beach of Levrossos and can be accessed either by a path that starts from there or by boat. There are just two left buildings and some nice trees and plants. If you really want to be with yourself go to this beach. It’s just a 30 min. walk […]
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  • Levrossos Beach, Aegiali

    By Editor on July 5, 2010
    Levrossos beach a romatic around 200m long soft and sandy beach close to Ormos, Aegiali. You can either access the beach by hiking from Ormos (15-20 min.), by water taxi (from Ormos port) or by car following the road to Tholaria detour left hand just before you reach the Aegialis Hotel & Spa. There is also a highly recommendable tavern and […]
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  • Ormos Beach, Aegiali

    By Mihalis on June 14, 2010
    Ormos beach is a ca. 600m wide, soft and sandy beach close to the center and port of Aegiali: crystal clear water, some trees spending shade if you like, volleyball court, supermarket, taverns, cafés, bars along the beach – a great place to stay – especially for families with kids. Straight at the beach there are also some nice studios […]
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