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Police
tel.: 22850 71.210
+302285071210
Community board
tel.: 22850 71.246, 74,035
+302285071246
The Port Authority
tel.: 22850 71.259
+302285071259
Aegialis Hotel
Category: 3***
Amorgos
Aegialis
Agios Georgios Valsamitis Hotel
Category: 2**
Katapola
Agios Georgios Valsamitis
Gryspos Furnished Apts
Category: 3***
Egiali
Gryspos
Kastanis Camping
Category: C'CLASS
Skeparnies
Kastanis
Landeris Hotel
Category: 2**
Katapola
Landeris
Mike Hotel
Category: 2**
Egiali
Mike
Minoa Hotel
Category: 2**
Katapola
Minoa
Panorama Furnished Apts
Category: 2**
Hora
Panorama
Vigla Hotel
Category: 3***
Tholaria
Vigla

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Amorgos is not very popular in Europe, there are no luxury hotels on it, and it is the most eastern island of the Cyclades. It is located in the southern Aegean Sea, to the south-east of a more popular tourist island of Naxos. The island covers the area of 134 square km. Population is about 2,000 residents.

The island is mountainous, the most part of the coastline is steep cliffs, so a lot of local hotels do not have private beaches and tourists have to use public beaches.

The capital city of the island is Amorgos (Chora). There are two ports - Aegiali and Katapola, about twenty settlements with public beaches.
Amorgos has no airport, so you can get to the island by ferry only. From the port of Piraeus, ferry goes to Katapola and Aegiali.
A trip from Rafina (the second port of Athens) to Katapola takes almost six hours.

On the island, there is bus service, but buses start to run only at about 10 am, and even the main lines run once an hour/an hour and a half, while buses to other destinations run only twice a day. So for travelling around the island, it is better to rent a car, although driving a car on mountain roads requires carefulness and strong nerves.
On the island, there are a lot of hiking routes, but they all go through a mountainous area and require specific skills.

The island was already inhabited 3,000 years BC. There remain many ruins belonging to different eras. For sightseeing, you can visit the abandoned village in Amfolitise, many old churches and a famous working monastery Hozoviotissa, built on a cliff. In the south, there are the ruins of a fortress. Directly above Katapola, there are the remains of the Mycenaean settlement.

The tourist season on the island ends in mid-August. In early September, the water at the beaches is already cold.

Night life is not developed here. Tourists go to pubs and dance. But, basically, it's a place for people who want to enjoy nature without the crowds of people around them.
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