Travel Blogs from Amorgos
... was not all bad. The tyrants built a series of temples and structures in order to solidify their rule of the city and appease the masses, as well as the gods. The gate to the Temple of Apollo built by the tyrant Lacedaemonians of Naxos still stands on a hilltop in clear view of the harbor, framing the sunset quite beautifully.
Following a quick lunch back at the ranch, Nathan and I spent the rest of the day lazing on the beach and swimming in the warm ...
... Paradise Beach is famous for it's cocktails, everything you could possibly think of. There is a massive bar here with wall to wall alcoholic drinks, and to the side of the bar, near the road entry to beach, there are so many Champagne bottles, mostly Moët, which hint as to what this place is all about, sun, partying and drinking. There is famous club here called Cavo Paradiso. At all beaches there are these beautiful young girls in ...
... We end up in Desiguel, a cool shop, we have bought some if this stuff before, very colourful and cheery and very good quality. Here we find some shorts and tops for Dean, the sales assistant was very helpful in offering suggestions, but most were too out there for Dean, who prefers more understated clothing, the sales assistant understood, teenage boys from Australia do not have the same tastes as teenage boys from ...
... and apparently had the same idea. During our passage we kept looking behind us to make sure that BS was OK. Bas and Margreet had decided to pull out there genoa and were motor sailing! They had called ahead to the little yacht harbor in the town of Naousis and got the last available mooring spot.
Once we safely anchored in the protected bay it was difficult to belief how rough the weather had been ...
... Chora and the Monastery Car Park, and looking back on it after a few days we did. It was a truly Greek experience.
We stayed at the Yperia Hotel just two minutes walk from the Port in Aegiali and we were very pleased with our choice.
We spent our first proper day in Aegiali exploring the village and recovering from our journey by relaxing on the town beach. Our first lunch was at To Limanaki in the village ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Pagali Hotel Amorgos
Other places to stay in Amorgos
Aegiali, Aegiali | 3 star hotelfrom $150
- Our balcony view was beautiful
- Sia vanilla cafe
- The Awful Aegialis Hotel !
Aigiali, Tholaria | Hotelfrom $97
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Amorgos | Hotelfrom $44
Katapola, Amorgos, Amorgos | Hotelfrom $49
Katapola Amorgos, Katapola | 3 star hotelfrom $64