Pagali Hotel (Agritourist Center), Amorgos, Cyclades Islands, Greece Pagali Hotel (Agritourist Center), Amorgos, Cyclades Islands, Greece Pagali Hotel (Agritourist Center), Amorgos, Cyclades Islands, Greece


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Amorgos Map, Amorgos Beaches, Travel Information, Sightseeing, Langada, Amorgos Island, Greece

Located at the easternmost point of the Cyclades Cluster is the island of Amorgos Greece. Amorgos was one of the most significant centers of the Cycladic civilization during the Prehistoric Era. The discovery of ruins throughout the island, give evidence to the major role Amorgos played in the domination of the Cycladic culture.

The geomorphology of Amorgos is dramatic and beautiful, comprised of abrupt cliffs and mountain terrain on its eastern side, and golden, sandy beaches on its western side. Traditional Cycladic architecture is at its best in Amorgos, with many whitewashed houses, cobblestone alleyways and quaint windmills scattered throughout the island. On this page, you are provided with an Amorgos Map and detailed travel information about Amorgos beaches and sightseeing. You will also find the distances of the Pagali Hotel in Lagada Amorgos from Amorgos Port and Amorgos beaches.

Langada, Amorgos

The settlement of Langada is situated above Aegiali, the second port of the island, in northeastern Amorgos. It is a quiet, verdant area with picturesque whitewashed houses. Langada is ideal for nature lovers, as it possesses mountainous terrain and canyons and offers a magnificent view of the Aegean Sea.

Amorgos Sightseeing & Attractions

Throughout the island there are many archaeological sites, churches and monasteries. You can find most of the significant sites on your Amorgos map,
In nearby Aegiali, guests of the Pagali Hotel Traditional Studios & Rooms have the opportunity to visit the Acropolis, the Church of Panochoriani, the Churches of Agia Triada and Agios Ioannis Theologos.

In Amorgos Town, you can visit:

  • the Byzantine Monastery of the Virgin Mary Chozoviotissa
  • the Gavras Tower
  • Kato Lakkos (a cistern)
  • the Hellenistic Tower
  • the ruins of the Venetian castle
  • the Church of Agios Georgios Valsamitis, close to the old watermill

We also suggest visiting the sites and monuments in the rest of the island, including the ruins in the area of Paradissia, the ruins of the Prehistoric Settlement of Markiani in Kamari, and the Church of Panagia Katapoliani and the site of Ancient Minoa in Katapola.

Amorgos Beaches

The island has many beautiful beaches where you can enjoy endless hours of swimming and sunbathing. Around Aegiali Cove, you can swim at the beaches of Chochlakas, Levrosos, and Psili Ammos. Other beautiful Amorgos beaches are Chalara and Agios Pavlos on the eastern coast of Amorgos, as well as the beaches of Kalotaritissa, Paradissia, Mouros, Mavri Myti, Kato Kambos, Finikes and Agia Saranda on the western side. Along the coast of the mid-section of the island, close to the capital Chora, are the beaches of Kato Krotiri, Agios Pandelaemonas, Martezi, Plakes, and Agia Anna. We recommend checking these beaches on your Amorgos map.

Local Cuisine of Amorgos

While on Amorgos Island, don’t miss the opportunity to attend a festival or fair, where people dance to traditional island music and serve local delicacies such as: patatato (goat meat and potatoes), fava (split pea dip), kakavia (fish soup), xidato (goat meat soup with entrails), locally produced cheeses, pasteli (sesame bars) and rakomelo (raki with honey and cinnamon). These wonderful dishes are also offered at the traditional tavernas and restaurants scattered throughout the island.