TOUR AT2 – Secret Amorgos (Kato Meria)
Starting from Aegiali, Chora or Katapola.
Kato Meria (literally the “Lower Side”) remains unknown to most visitors of Amorgos but a trip there will reward you with a pure rural Cycladic landscape and genuine hospitality.
Price per adult from: 50.00€*
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We will start our tour at the village of Arkesini, the main settlement of the area, and the Hellenistic tower of Agia Triada, a well preserved building of the 4th century BC. We will enjoy a coffee break at the traditional kafenío (coffee place) right next to the tower and stroll around the village, meeting people at their everyday activities.
We will then continue to Agia Paraskevi, the location of the biggest panygiri (traditional festival) of Amorgos, and its beautiful complex of cells, kitchen and other facilities that host visitors every year on July 25th and 26th. We will then continue to the beach of Kalotaritissa, a well protected bay at the South-Western tip of Amorgos, after passing by the bay of Liveros where the shipwreck of Olympia can be seen.
We will start our way back from the village of Kolofana before stopping for lunch in a well known restaurant of the area of Kato Meria, the last part of our trip.
Availability: All year round
Languages: Greek, English, French, Spanish
– Aegiali port, at the bus station
– Chora, parking “Kalogeriko”
– Katapola, at the bus stop
– 9am in Aegiali port
– 9:30am in Chora
– 9:40am in Katapola
Duration: 7 hours (8 hours from Aegiali)
Number of participants: 2-40 persons
INCLUDED: 7/8 hour trip, guiding, visits, lunch and coffee break.
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+ Private transfers : Contact us to organize your transfer from/to your accommodation
- discover a pure rural Cycladic landscape
- the shipwreck of Olympia seen in Luc Besson’s “The Big Blue”
- enjoy genuine hospitality