Amorgos is an Island of the Cyclades Archipelago, a little bit far from the traditional routes of the great tourism, where traditional customs are still inextricably interwoven into a landscape as rich in beauty as in its history. This islands really untouched by time is now cradle of people who enjoy a lifestyle that has been shaped by a varied and dramatic past. The island of Amorgos is 33 km length and is wide for the max of 6 Km. There are three mountain peaks "Krikelos" (822m) to the north, "Profitis Ilias" (699 metres) in the middle and "Korax" (607 metres) to the south-west. Thanks to its untouched nature, the dramatic mountain scenery, and the enchanting sightseeing Amorgos is a good place for long walking and trekking. The sea is really a marvel of nature: Cristal waters like only in the Greek sea you can find, are waiting for your luxury sailing vacation among the Cyclades Greek Islands. The islands has two harbours : Katapola and Aegiali where you can moore up if you choose a bareboat sailing charter.
In Aegiali, the beach, starting from the edge of the fishing village Ormos, is long and sandy. "Levroso", "Psili Ammos" and "Hohlakas" beaches are 15 min. walk from the port, and can also be reached, of course, by boat. In the Near island of Nikouria (small and uninhabited ) there are also two others beaches very amazing. Near Amorgos there is the beach of Agia Anna Famous for its clear blue and crystal waters, and the Mourou Beach famous for the dark thick sand and the two caves where you can swim in. In Arkesini, "Kalotaritissa," "Kato Kambos" and "Paradisia" beaches are some beautiful among others found at the South end of Amorgos. The symbol of the island is the beautiful monastery of Virgin Mary Chozoviotissa. Set on a hill at 300mt on the sea level, the monastery, with his breathtaking view is really a unique place, a must to be seen in all the Cyclades Arcipelago sailing tour. The capital of the island is Chora at the east side of the island, other towns are, Potamos Tholaria and Lagada, Vroutsi, Arkesini and kolofana.