Live Rates of Amorgos Hotels
Ferry Tickets to Amorgos
You can reach Amorgos by ferry, to one of the two ports of the island. The main port is Katapola, while there are also ferries to Aegiali. Amorgos is connected by boat to Piraeus (the port near Athens), Astypalea, Donousa, Folegandros, Irakilia, Ios, Kimolos, Koufonisi, Kos, Milos, Mykonos, Naxos, Paros, Rhodes, Santorini, Sikinos, Sifnos, Syros and Schinousa.
It is recommended to book your ferry ticket to Amorgos in advance so as to avoid the massive last-minute demand for ferry tickets.
Air Tickets to Greece
Amorgos doesn’t have an airport. So, in order to reach the island from abroad you will need to fly to Athens or a nearby island such as Mykonos, Naxos or Santorini and then get the ferry from one of these islands to Katapola or Aegiali.
It is strongly suggested to book your air tickets to Athens or the islands in advance so as to find the best rates for your trip to Greece.
Sail to Amorgos
If you love sailing to the Greek islands, then the option to sail to Amorgos is a must. Get in touch with a specialized sailing company and arrange your trip to the Greek islands and of course Amorgos. Since, safety comes always first make sure to be safe in the boat and of course not to litter the sea and the beautiful landscapes that you will visit.
Located at the north of Amorgos, Aegiali is one of the most picturesque and touristic villages of the island.
Arkesini is one of the most traditional villages of Amorgos, and a great place to visit the authentic life of the locals.
Ayios Pavlos is a marvelous beach south of Aegiali, across Nikouria islet.
One of the most picturesque villages of the Cyclades, Chora is the capital of the island.
Located in Kato Meria, the southern part of Amorgos, Kalofana is a small traditional village.
Kalotaritissa in Amorgos is a small settlement in the southern tip of the island with a magnificent beach as its haven.
Katapola is a small touristic settlement in Amorgos, featuring one of the two main beaches of Amorgos.
Located in the slopes of Krikellos, the highest mountain of the island, Lagada is the most mountainous village of Amorgos.
Potamos in northern Amorgos is a beautiful small village with traditional architecture and way of life.
Tholaria at the north of Amorgos, offers spectacular views of the Aegean Sea.
Vroutsi is a small village in the south part of Amorgos with magnificent views of the Aegean.
Travel to Amorgos
If you like to be close to bars and tavernas choose Katapola or Aegiali. If you need something more traditional choose Chora. Tholaria and Lagada are great for views and serenity. Choose a seaside resort if you prefer to spend your day by the sea. Check all the hotel suggestions on Amorgos Hotels page.
Summer is definitely the most vibrant time and the period when you can absorb the most of the sun and enjoy the beaches and feasts! However, both Spring and Autumn are serene and beautiful, watching the changes of the nature and taking advantage of the lack of crowds and the better rates in the hotels. Winter is a great option to explore the authentic life of the locals, but the accommodation options are limited.
Amorgos doesn’t have an airport, but it is connected with a lot of nearby islands as well as the port of Piraeus. To reach Amorgos from abroad buy your air-tickets to Athens or one of the bigger nearby islands (Mykonos, Naxos or Santorini) and then get ferry tickets from there to Amorgos.
Due to the quality of the local ingredients, the taste of the food that you will eat in the local tavernas will be great. In Amorgos you will taste all the classic Greek recipes and products, but you must also taste the typical Amorgian food and drinks. Try the Amorgiani Salad, Patatato, Xerotigana and Raki Psimeni.