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AMORGOS WORTH SEEING

Browse below Amorgos attractions. The listings appear in the order of most wanted pages.

PANAGIA HOSOVIOTISSA
North of the beach Agia Anna, next to Chora is the monastery of Panagia Hosoviotissa embedded in the rock, 300 m above sea level, visible only from the sea. The most famous monument on Amorgos. It was founded by the Byzantine Emperor Alexios Komninos in 1088.

Visitors are stunned by the ... more info ...



KATO LAKKOS
Kato Lakkos - is a medieval cistern, which supplied the population with water and whose initial use corresponded with the first organized habitation of Hora in the early Byzantine era.

Today's cavy form, was taken during the Venetian... more info ...



MINOA ANCIENT
ANCIENT OF KATAPOLA NEAR 2KM OF CENTER... more info ...



VALSAMITIS MONASTERY
The Post Byzantine monastery of Agios Valsamitis was built on the site of an earlier church dating from the 9th century AD. The foundation myth surrounding this location is that lepers from a pirate ship, whilst escaping from Chora, came upon a spring with mint growing nearby. They settled there and... more info ...



THEOLOGOS
A very important early - Byzantine Monastery, one and half hour's walk from Lagada village in Aegialis. It is built on the site of an ancient temple at a very unique natural surrounding. Twice a year ( May 8th & Sept.26th) there are authentic traditional festivals at Theologos...
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ISLET OF KISIRI
South of Gramvoussa islet and opposite to Kalotaritissa bay is located the islet of Kisiri, which means pumice. The name was given after all the last explosion of Santorini volcano, and the fact that the island was covered by those light stones. The bird watchers will enjoy the view of the parent se... more info ...



ANCIENT ALTAR
Ancient Altar - From "Stroumbo", the village of "12 houses and 13 ovens", built on the rocks above the ravine, there is view to the small Prophet Elijah chapel, built on the very edge of a sheer cliff rising out of the deepest part of the ravine. This rugged spot is an early Cycladic site, an... more info ...