This is a typical Greek village that isn't too commercialised. There are some restaurants and bars, a few shops selling souvenirs, but mainly local handmade items, not the generic plates etc. that you find on the bigger islands. A walk up to the lod windmills is worth it for the views, and there is an old tower overlooking the village,... 更多
Chora amorgou is among the best "choras" in Cyclades. walk around the narrow streets, enjoy the view to Naxos and Small Cyclades. Go there for breakfast,lunch dinner,drink.everything is special.the night is cold.take chambers with you in case you stay longer
This is the capital town of Amorgus and is set high up in the hills which means it is exposed... Chora is a winding labyrinth of whitewashed houses, shops, and bars with windmills alongside. They certainly worked overtime while we were there as the Meltemi, the strong blustery wind that rattles down the Med from the north in July and... 更多
Wow,,,,cyclades island and a fantastic chora near aigiali and very close to katapola port.a lot of places to see...eat ...drink...stroll around...take great photos...windy esp at night...u need many visits to explore...we love it
This is a must-see place on Amorgos island. This is the place where you can get a true feeling of the traditional Cyclades life style - traditional white&blue houses, churches, narrow white streets, traditional tavernas, old ladies and gents dressed in black. We walked through the city admiring the beautiful places and we had a very tasty lunch in one... 更多
Very beautiful and traditional village with many good places to eat or drink a coctail. Definitely worth going while staying in Amorgos.
The most beautifull Chora in the Cyclades as far as i am concerned. No cars are allowed in, the alleys are white, no plan, they just mix, and chance direction, up, down. You need to get lost in this place. Small yards, tables of local houses mixed with traditional cofeeshops (kafenia). Small bars, small restaurants, tavernes, sweetshops, souvenir shops, all... 更多
It is one of the nicest town at the Cyclades. The best spot is the hill with the windmills - breathtaking views for the see and the city. You can't miss it
One of the best old villages you can find in the Cyclades, very well preserved and restored. Lot's of attractions and places to satisfy every need, taste and wallet.
One of the most picturesque villages of the Cyclades islands! Narrow alleys among the whitewashed minimalistic houses, flowers everywhere, traditional cafes and tavernas...very cosy relaxed atmosphere! No need to be formal! Absolute holiday experience!