Attractions of Amorgos. Historic and Archaeological Monuments, Museums and sites worthy to visit in Amorgos.
The beautiful beaches of Amorgos, with crystal clear water and magnificent landscapes.
Churches of Amorgos, with traditional Cycladic architecture. Explore small chapels and bigger Churches and Monasteries.
The Folklore Museum of Amorgos is a new museum that was opened in the summer of 2019, to showcase the tradition of Amorgos and the everyday life of the locals.View more
The Ecclesiastical Museum of Amorgos is located in Chora Amorgos. The exhibits include items of Early Christian, Byzantine and post-Byzantine art.View more
Located in Kato Meria, close to Vroutsi and Kamari, Moros beach is a small beach with grey pebble surrounded by massive rocks. It has crystal clear turquoise water and small caves under the huge rocks.View more
The Tower of Ayia Triada (Holy Trinity), called the Tower of Vasilis by the elder locals, is one of the most well-preserved ancient monuments in Amorgos.View more
Katapola beach is a sandy beach in the harbor of Katapola, next to the port of the village. Due to its location in the harbor, the beach is popular among the owners of sailing boats.View more
Constantly inhabited from the 11th century B.C. to the 4th century A.D., the Ancient Minoa features the ruins of several ancient constructions and buildings.View more
The Monastery of Panayia Chozoviotissa, the Patron of Amorgos, is a spectacular structure built on a huge cliff and seems as if it is hanging from it.View more
Ancient Aegiali is an ancient settlement on Vigla hill, across Tholaria, in the northern part of Amorgos. The settlement was inhabited since the 10th century B.C. and used to be one of the three cities of the Amorgian commonwealth Tripoli.View more
Ayios Pavlos is a beautiful, organized beach in Amorgos, across the islet of Nikouria, on the road towards Aegiali, about 8 kilometers before the village. It is a magnificent beach with white pebble, sand, and light-blue water.View more