Hotels in Amorgos Island

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Hotel Minoa
9.0 Excellent
Katapola Amorgos, Katapola, Greece
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0.1 mi from city centre,  

Situated in Katapola, Hotel Minoa is a short drive from Amorgos and offers luggage storage, free Wi-Fi and room service. It is conveniently located for guests wanting to sightsee in the area.

$73
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Miké Hotel
10.0 Excellent
Ormos Aegialis, Chora, Greece
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6.4 mi from city centre,  

Offering a swimming pool and free Wi-Fi, Mike Hotel Amorgos Island is a short walk from Aegiali Port. Close to shops and restaurants, the hotel is an ideal base when visiting Ormos Egialis.

$74
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Lakki Village
8.1 Excellent
Aegiali Amorgos Amorgos Island 84008, Chora, Greece
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6.7 mi from city centre,  

Offering a swimming pool, an outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi, Lakki Village is within a short walk from Aegiali Port and Aegiali Beach. Close to shops and restaurants, the hotel provides a convenient base while visiting Ormos Egialis.

$94
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Hotel prices in Amorgos Island

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Miké Hotel
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Miké Hotel

Ormos Aegialis, Chora, Greece

10.0 Excellent
$74

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3 stars
Lakki Village
#1 Most popular

Lakki Village

Aegiali Amorgos Amorgos Island 84008, Chora, Greece

8.1 Excellent
$94

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Pension Ilias

Amorgos Chora, Chora, Greece

8.2 Excellent
$36

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About Amorgos Island

Forming part of the Cyclades archipelago, Amorgos is a captivating island surrounded by the deep blue waters of the Aegean Sea. Its rocky hills are dotted with authentic local villages, pebbly beaches and the remains of ancient settlements while remaining an off-the-beaten-track destination.

Things to do

Serving as the capital of Amorgos is Chora, a medieval village that is considered one of the most beautiful settlements in the Cyclades. Wander through its atmospheric streets lined with charming churches and climb to the 13th-century Venetian castle. Alfresco cafes line the main square of Plateia Loza while archaeological findings are on display in the Gavras Tower.

Perched on the edge of a cliff is Panagia Hozoviotissa, a whitewashed monastery built in the 11th century as an ode to the Virgin Mary. It houses a treasured religious icon, together with portraits of the monks who have resided here. In addition to enjoying the monastery’s spectacular views across the Aegean Sea, you can sample the raki and loukoumi (a traditional sweet) made by the monks.

For a day at the beach, head to the pebbly cove of Mouros, which is nestled beneath imposing cliffs on the south coast of Amorgos. Adjacent to the beach are three naturally formed caves where you can swim and snorkel. In addition to jumping from the surrounding rocks into the Aegean Sea, you can venture underwater on a scuba diving excursion.

Getting around

Regular ferries connect to Katapola from Naxos and the Athenian port of Piraeus while flights from Athens land at Naxos Airport Apollon. Buses travel between the towns and villages of Amorgos while renting a vehicle is the most convenient way of getting around the island. Chora is ideally explored on foot.

Amorgos Island travel FAQs

Forming part of the Cyclades archipelago, Amorgos is a captivating island surrounded by the deep blue waters of the Aegean Sea. Its rocky hills are dotted with authentic local villages, pebbly beaches and the remains of ancient settlements while remaining an off-the-beaten-track destination.

Things to do in Amorgos Island

Serving as the capital of Amorgos is Chora, a medieval village that is considered one of the most beautiful settlements in the Cyclades. Wander through its atmospheric streets lined with charming churches and climb to the 13th-century Venetian castle. Alfresco cafes line the main square of Plateia Loza while archaeological findings are on display in the Gavras Tower.

Perched on the edge of a cliff is Panagia Hozoviotissa, a whitewashed monastery built in the 11th century as an ode to the Virgin Mary. It houses a treasured religious icon, together with portraits of the monks who have resided here. In addition to enjoying the monastery’s spectacular views across the Aegean Sea, you can sample the raki and loukoumi (a traditional sweet) made by the monks.

For a day at the beach, head to the pebbly cove of Mouros, which is nestled beneath imposing cliffs on the south coast of Amorgos. Adjacent to the beach are three naturally formed caves where you can swim and snorkel. In addition to jumping from the surrounding rocks into the Aegean Sea, you can venture underwater on a scuba diving excursion.

Getting around Amorgos Island

Regular ferries connect to Katapola from Naxos and the Athenian port of Piraeus while flights from Athens land at Naxos Airport Apollon. Buses travel between the towns and villages of Amorgos while renting a vehicle is the most convenient way of getting around the island. Chora is ideally explored on foot.

  • Where is the best place to stay in Amorgos Island?

    You can find several places worth visiting in Amorgos Island. Chora, Katapola, and Aegiali are some of the most popular amongst our users.

  • What are the best hotels in Amorgos Island?

    One of the most popular hotels in Amorgos Island is Pension Ilias, which has been reviewed by 212 users and currently has a rating of 8.2/10. Other top-rated locations include Pano Gitonia and Amorgaia 2, which have received 9.6/10 and 8.2/10 ratings from our users, respectively.