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 ‘Agios Pavlos’

  • 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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  • Agios Pavlos Studios

    By Editor on June 22, 2010
    If you look for a quiet and comfortable location away from the crowd but close to the waterfront with beautiful beaches, one of the 11 apartments at Agios Pavlos Studios might be perfect for your desires. The studios lie next to the little Agios Pavlos – St. Paul’s – chapel, a tavern, and the famous Agios Pavlos beach, with the […]
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