Travel Blogs from Amorgos
It took quite a few steps to arrive in the Greek island of Paros: flight from Brussels to Athens, metro to Piraeus in the outskirts of Athens, overnight stay in Piraeus, and 4 hour ferry to Paros.
Once in Paros, we had a few more adventures to encounter. We arrived on the island where somebody from our hotel was supposed to pick us up. When we called asking about our pickup, they told us they were sending someone over but to go to the cafe and get a drink. ...
... annually for a relaxing holiday. They recommend the town of Mykonos by night to stroll the lanes. We'd intended doing that but ended up staying in the beach a lot longer than we'd expected. Anyway, we went swimming and the water was lovely - we would swim from one end of the beach to the other which was about 300 metres each way - Craig would do it a couple of times where as I would do it once then hop out and dry again with sand attached to me. The water felt cooler than ...
... other groups taxi, the second night Marty hitched a ride on some girls quad.....2 girls couldn’t get their quad started so Marty said, if I can get it started you have to give me a life…sure enough he got it started and there was our ride home! He dropped them back to Far Our, then came back for me. The third and last night however didn’t look as good. We made the trek home on foot and arrived home and hour and 20 later.
All the clubs in Ios ...
... Tholaria - Aegiali. The walk is reasonably well signposted and took me a around 3 hours including plenty of stops to admire the views across Aegiali Bay and take some photos.
We spent our last morning relaxing by the pool waiting for our Ferry to Donoussa. (No going down to the Port and waiting for ages on Amorgos, just wait until the ferry is a few yards away and stroll down to meet it)
We loved Amorgos, ...
... some incredible views of the monastery as it looks even more impressive from the water. After the beach I enjoyed a gorgeous sunset from my hotel room as I can see Katapola Harbor in the distance and that brilliant blue water.
I was up early the next morning hoping to find somewhere in Chora to pick up a wifi signal to avoid waiting until the first bus to Katapola at 10:20am. At 8am though the power went off all over the village dashing my hopes for getting a ...
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
Langada, Aegiali, Amorgos | Hotelfrom $60
Amorgos | Hotelfrom $60
Amorgos | Hotelfrom $44
Aegiali, Amorgos | Hotelfrom $51
Katapola, Amorgos, Amorgos | Hotelfrom $49
Katapola Amorgos, Katapola | 3 star hotelfrom $64