Amorgos is one of the most beautiful Greek islands in the Aegean Sea.
The island is located near Naxos and Ios, on the south side of the Cyclades and astonishes the visitor with its natural beauty, its traditional architecture and wonderful beaches. The virgin beauty of the island inspired director Luc Besson to shoot scenes of “The Big Blue” movie on the beach of Agia Anna.
The landscape of the island of Amorgos (33 km in length, with a width of 1.5 km to 6 km) is composed of a mixture of stunning mountains, high rocks and cultivated mountainous areas along with picturesque bays and beautiful beaches surrounded by crystal clear waters.
Amorgos is also known by various names such as Yperia, Patagi or Platagi, Psychia and Karkisia. The long human presence on the island (since the 5th millennium BC) has left many monuments and settlements behind, all of which are characterized by areas of spectacular beauty. The famous monastery of Hozoviotissa, built on the slopes of a cliff with its spectacular view, is one of the most unforgettable places of the Aegean Sea.