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 ‘Tholaria’

  • Along the Coast of Amorgos by Boat, Part II

    By Stelio on April 1, 2011
    Read more about the Captain Stelois' Boattrip around the island of Amorgos, continuing from the bauxit mines driving around the north part to the west coast.
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  • A regal Wedding on Amorgos

    By Wendula on October 19, 2010
    On Saturday 9th of October 2010 was held an amazing religious event on the island. Over 300 people from Amorgos were gathered in the church of Tholaria to accompany the future newly weds. The particularity of this event lay in the fact that the Archbishop in person, as well as several other important ecclesiastical personalities, was present for this wedding. […]
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  • Marilena Jewellery workshop Tholaria

    By Editor on October 4, 2010
    Marilena’s creations are Minimalist styled, based on Fusion of Form, Movement and Colour. She offers a variety of Handmade silver jewellery with semi-precious stones, strings and other materials, including earrings, rings, necklaces, bracelets and pendants. All of her handmade jewellery is made with loving care, involving many hours of design, preparation, working, filing, sanding, cleaning and polishing. Each custom piece […]
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  • New Kafeneon in Tholaria

    By Editor on August 4, 2010
    The recently openend Cafe Seladi in Tholaria is not yost another hip place with a great view. It is made with love. Georgia invested a lot of passion to set up the typical cycladic “Kafeneon Style” and went into architectural details when she renovated the former grocery store. The Seladi Cafe, a calm place 100 meters outside the center of […]
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  • Accessories and Gifts in Tholaria

    By Editor on July 31, 2010
    The recently opened accessory shop Mozaik in Tholaria is the result of a creatively talented women who found her love, family and home in Potamos. Therese Sophie Gueguen Theologitis and her husband are the owners of the beautiful panoramic restaurant Kamara in Potamos. Sophie’s shop is a sensitive celebration of home accessories, creative fabrics, small furnitures, exceptional gifts, perfumes, … […]
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  • A Greek Food Favorite: Fava

    By Editor on July 15, 2010
    Amorgos has nearly 1900 residents. Most live either in the main town Chora in the mountains or in the ports or Aegiali Katapola. The inhabitants of the latter two villages hate each other cordially, between them is a red-hot competition that just like to have to spice up everyday life on a small island in the sea. We stay in […]
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