Ferry schedules and tickets to Amorgos
Introducing Amorgos to the international travelers is quite easy since the beautiful sea of Amorgos has played a key role in the French movie "Le Grand Bleu" ( aka"The Big Blue"). Amorgos is the largest island of the Small Cyclades (or Mikres Kyklades) and well known for its beautiful beaches.
Amorgos is well connected to Piraeus and Naxos with regular and highspeed ferries (during high season). There is also a frequent ferry connection to Paros, Syros, and Astypalaia, while during the summer Amorgos is also connected to Mykonos, Ios, Sikinos, Folegandros, Milos, Kimolos and other islands. Amorgos is the main port for the legendary ferry of Cyclades "Express Skopelitis", which connects Amorgos to Naxos and the rest of the Small Cyclades (Donousa, Schinoussa, Iraklia, and Koufonissia)
Holidays in Amorgos ...
Amorgos has two main ports (Katapola and Aegiali) which are approached by the conventional ferry of Blue Star Ferries in turns. Apart from the lively villages of Katapola and Aegiali, Amorgos has a beautiful Chora and several other beautiful villages as Lagada, Tholaria, and Arkesini. However, the key feature of Amorgos is its extraordinary beaches of Mouros and Aghia Anna with the crystal clear water.
Apart from its beautiful nature, Amorgos is well known among Greeks for its local fests and its lively alternative nightlife that is mainly divided between Chora and Aegiali. It is also the home to some of the most legendary clubs of Cyclades and to Up! Festival.
Activities in Amorgos
As soon as you get to Amorgos, you will feel the vibe of the sunny sea that extends around the rocky terrain. This combination of rocks and sea gives you the opportunity to try different activities enjoying the natural beauty of the island and its deep local traditions.
Travelers that like hiking will get thrilled by the breathtaking paths that lie on the edge of the rocks. To be sure that you find a trail that fits you, you can join the well-organized walking tours in Amorgos, provided by FindInGreece . Apart from hiking, you may also like to collect Amorgian herbs, go on fishing trips or even make your own traditional pottery. If you want even more, check all the activities in Amorgos.
If you visit Amorgos during July and August, you should definitely not miss the traditional fests that are held in its picturesque villages all around the island. In 25th and 26th of July, fests are held in Kato Meria and in Katapola. On the 6th of August, a big fest is held in Chora. People are gathered in Loza square where spontaneous traditional dances spark under the songs of local musicians. Around the 15th of August, fests are held in Lagada, just above the port of Aegiali. All the taverns have live music and people are strolling around and dancing under the sounds of Aegean and Greek music.
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