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Chora, Amorgos

Beautiful bus ride up in the high hills of Amorgos to reach Chora. Typical very quaint village to... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Christopher C
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Amazing Andros

A flight to Corfu from Dublin, an internal flight to Athens, a 2 hour ferry ride from Rafina Port... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Beautiful bus ride up in the high hills of Amorgos to reach Chora. Typical very quaint village to meander around. Easy to lose yourself in and lots is spectacular photo opportunities. Plenty of small cafes serving local meals and good coffee. Well worth a visit

Thank Christopher C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A flight to Corfu from Dublin, an internal flight to Athens, a 2 hour ferry ride from Rafina Port and we arrived on Andros, the most northerly of the Cyclade islands in Greece. Sounds laborious, but with just 2 of us travelling and in no...More

Thank Dubliner2006
Reviewed 28 April 2017

I didn't really visit the Capital of Amorgos for long enough to really appreciate it; perhaps one of my biggest regrets of my trip. I did however stay long enough to appreciate it's beauty. As per most main cities in Greece it is full of...More

Thank Andrew G
Reviewed 14 April 2017

There are quite a few such choras on high hills in Greece (a chora is the main village of a Greek island) but the one on Amorgos is among the most picturesque ones. Apart from the standard white-washed Cycladic houses, there are several windmills on...More

1  Thank Krasimir K
Reviewed 15 December 2016

One the best choras I have ever visited in my life. A little bit more steppy thant the chora in Folegandros, a little bit less touristic. This one is more rustic (less touch up for visitors) and "wild" (the windy could be strong over there).

Thank JamesHefesto
Reviewed 28 November 2016

We walked through the small town earlier in the day on our way up to Chora, which I would say is just as fun and beautiful as the sight from Chora. It can be windy with a chill I Would recommend bringing a light jacket...More

1  Thank Travel49TH
Reviewed 27 October 2016

Beautiful colors, small cafes and lovely walks through winding paths. Take time for something cool to drink and soak in the cuture,

Thank sharkagirl77
Reviewed 17 October 2016

Amorgos in September -a lot of sun and wind .Chora wich is located on the high hill is windy and sometimes even cold when wind is from the north .You have to go to the central square to the cafe under the big platan where...More

Thank perep903
Reviewed 25 September 2016

this is the medieval capital of Amorgos, situated 400m above sea level. It is an amazing village hidden behind the mountains, dominated by a 13th century Venetian castle, the Kastro. 10 windmills on top, 1 windmill on bus stop. Full of beautiful Byzantine and early...More

Thank Kro Oliver F
Reviewed 25 September 2016 via mobile

Amorgos is probably my favourite island of Cyclades. I really enjoyed staing here. The Chora is beautiful. Definitely a must see

Thank tallshipsgirl P
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