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

Posts tagged with ‘GPS Tracks’

  • 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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  • Along the Coast of Amorgos by Boat, Part I

    By Stelio on March 23, 2011
    Captain Stelio Rousso writes about the impressions of Amorgos Island coastline. The story is split in two parts, starting with the east coast of Amorgos
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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 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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