Saturday, April 6, 2013


 Amorgos Greece is one of the popular Greek Islands of the Cyclades and it is located near Naxos and Ios, at few hours from Piraeus, Athens. It is the island that was chosen by filmmaker Luc Besson for the scene of “The Big Blue”. The island’s trademark is the beautiful monastery of Hozoviotissa which is wedged into a huge precipice at 300m from the sea. This Greek island has a lot to offer: beautiful beaches in crystal waters, whitewashed houses and windmills...

 This section of Amorgos Island provides much information: pictures, map, villages, history, museums, architecture, excursions, weather and much more such as a large choice of hotels...
 The island offers desert amazing cricks and sandy beaches.

Amorgos has an active nightlife. It mostly consists of cozy little bars, restaurants and a dance club or two. It is concentrated in Amorgos Town and the port Karavostasi.

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