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

About Amorgos

  • 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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  • Where the night is still dark

    By Luca on March 22, 2011
    Among Cyclades, eight and a half hours away from Athens' lights, Amorgos is Neverland. Maybe the last place in Europe in which night is still night, without
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  • YPERIA – 9th Int. Meeting of Culture and Tourism

    By Editor on February 7, 2011
    From 27th of April to 2nd of May 2011 the 9th International Meeting of Culture and Tourism, YPERIA 2011 will take place at the at Aegialis Hotel & Spa
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  • Save the ship!

    By Wendula on January 22, 2011
    Irony wants it that shipping and tourism are the primary sources of income for the Greek economy. And yet it's the ships that go on strike, and the ship
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  • Does water come from heaven?

    By Wendula on September 10, 2010
    If our modern European civilisation has taught us to enjoy the pleasure of running water when we open the tap for as long as we want, it has also made us unaware of the value of water. When we spend hours under the shower or in the bath, when we repeatedly wash our laundry, has it ever occurred to us […]
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  • Live Marine Traffic around Amorgos Island

    By Editor on August 26, 2010
    Check the vessels around you, get a live-view about the marine traffic in the area of the island of Amorgos. The interactive map will be updated every 100 seconds. Zoom-in or out, change maptype, filter your map and just click on the colored symbols on the map and get details of the vessel. Map provided by www.marinetraffic.com
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  • Dear Visitor – help us to keep Amorgos green

    By Iris on August 23, 2010
    Please take a moment to consider your role as a tourist, as a guest, but also as an inhabitant on this planet. You are probably very aware of the environmental crisis on the Earth, and also aware that we are all responsible for a change to happen. The change comes down to every individual and how we move in our […]
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  • Amorgos Sunset

    By Mozaik on August 2, 2010
    Photos from friends… take a look at some beautiful Amorgos sunset pictures.
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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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  • 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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  • Amorgos Island Magazine for iPhone

    By Editor on July 4, 2010
    As you know from in the article about the island magazine, ubiquitous digital presence and interactions play an important role for the future of travel business. So we took a first step to make the Amorgos Island Magazine accessible via iPhone (see some screenshots). Just type in the magazine’s web adress in your iPhone web browser and get all contents […]
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  • Sustainable Tourism in Amorgos

    By Editor on July 3, 2010
    Larisa Doctoro, pulished an article in the online magazine Rendez-vous (an American womens club of Brussels publications) about sustainable tourism in Amorgos. She knows “Amorgos has established its tourist niche in sustainable tourism, meaning, tourism that respects nature and local traditions … The island is self-supporting, producing most of what is needed to get along: its own meat, fruit and vegetables, […]
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