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I didn’t spend a lot of time here, but it’s a wonderful place to have a drink or a meal. I wandered the streets and up to the church. Caught the bus back down to Katapola, which is in itself a dazzling ride.
Amorgos is simply wonderful and Chora plays a central role in the overall wonder of the island. A warren of interlinking pathways - many characterful restaurants and numerous shops to tempt - but it is the intimate and warm nature of the place and its...More
Town center: lots of tiny stores and places to eat
Parking: side street parking before you enter the town
Place to eat: Petrino (pizza!), Transisteraki (risotto!)
*even in August it’s best to be careful when driving to the town. The fog is thick and there...More
Have been here many visits. But last week try to find post office I got lost twice and found new nice spots in the village. Visit the church at the cliff, had a strolling in small streets and a tasty Arabian toast at Boyoka.
The Chora is a must visit! Stroll around the small pathways, turn in any corner you want and you will find something worthful! Many shops of all kinds (Cafes, Food as well as shops with local delicacies, wine, oil etc). Even when it is very...More
This is the best town of the complex of "Kyklades" that i've seen in my life. The narrow passages, the smelling flowers, the great scructure and the windmills on top were my favourite place to relax, if not windy hehe. A lot of shops in...More
If you are traveling to the Hozoviotissa Monastery, you will likely pass through Chora each way; this is why you should stop on the way back.
Located near where the road summits and before it descends into the coastal approach to Hozoviotissa, Chora's visible architecture...More