Amorgos is one of the most impressive Cycladic islands to discover, boasting marvellous beaches with azure waters, gorgeous caves, ideal spots for diving & scenic bays.
Located in the southern Cyclades, Amorgos became a world-famous island after having been used as a filming location for the 1988 movie “The big blue”, starring Jean Reno! With its magnificent beaches, picturesque villages, fascinating gastronomy, and stunning nature, Amorgos is certainly one of the most beautiful islands on the Aegean!
The shipwreck of Olympia (which ironically was previously called ‘Inland’) sank in February 1980 & it’s also a popular diving spot on the island.
Amorgos – Beaches
Levrossos Beach is a small secluded cove just north of Aegiali, just around the bay. Further around the bay is Psiliamos Beach and then Xoklakas Beach. Agios Pavlos Beach is on the west coast of the island just over 5 km south from Aegiali, it is a pristine sand formation sitting in the middle of a picturesque natural bay formed by the island of Amorgos and the smaller island of Nikouria. There are a couple of pensions and a taverna here, otherwise, stunning nature dominates. Agia Anna Beach is below the beautiful monastery of Panagia Chozoviotissa, and is somewhat famous as the scenes for the film ‘The Big Blue’ were taken here. There is a regular bus service from Chora, which is more frequent in summer. The crystal clear waters and dramatic architecture of the monastery make it a uniquely beautiful spot.
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