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AMORGOS

Amorgos is one of the unspoilt islands of the Cyclades, Greece. It's very location - way out past Naxos and the Little Cyclades, sort of adrift as the most easterly island of the Cyclades, puts it in the too-hard basket for many travellers. But, as my photographs will show, it is very picturesque and well worth a visit. The three main towns, Katapola, Aegiali, and the inland Chora are whitewashed gems, with winding streets, pretty tavernas and waterfronts complete with fishing boats, their yellow nets out to dry. One of Amorgos’s features is Moni Hozoviotissis, the extraordinary white monastery clinging to the cliff face, featured in most travel brochures and guide books. During my stay on Amorgos the locals were on strike. My pictures show their banner ‘We want Ships not Empty Ports’ - the good people of Amorgos want more ferries to bring more tourists!

 





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