Discover with Greeka the best hotels in Amorgos! We have compiled for your benefit a list of all the essential information you could need when choosing your accommodation in Amorgos and a brief presentation of the most popular locations on the island.


On a quick note, we recommend you start your research for a hotel in Amorgos in the villages of Chora, Katapola and Aegiali where many accommodation units are located. We explain below why and give you a brief description of every place in order to understand which one suits you better. You shall also find our selection of the best hotels and accommodation in Amorgos as well as some of our recommendations.

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The island of the “Big Blue” has a mild tourist growth and remains out of the spotlight compared to its other Cycladic siblings. The authentic character of this island is what makes it such a special place in the Aegean and adorned by visitors who enjoy tradition, dramatic sea views and tranquility during their Greek holiday.

The most popular places to stay in Amorgos are Chora, Aegiali and Katapola. This is where the vast majority of hotels are found on the island and the most convenient places to seek accommodation. These three villages are very different and each location has its own charm. The accommodation options that you should expect to find on the island are mainly small hotel units, rooms to let, bnbs, and a limited number of luxury hotels.

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1. Stay in Chora, the capital

Chora is the capital of the island and is located in its mainland at a height of 400m. It has a Venetian castle “Kastro”, some very old windmills and of course the village has a very well preserved traditional architecture with whitewashed cubic houses and narrow alleys. During evening hours, it gets vivid due to the numerous restaurants, small taverns and bars. The central bus station of the island is located here and buses depart for various villages and beaches on the island. It is considered a convenient place to book your lodging if you want to avoid a car rental. Many rooms to let and guesthouses are found in the narrow streets and the small squares of Chora.

Our recommended Hotels in Chora:
Vorina Ktismata (luxury), Oasis of Amorgos, Panorama

2. Stay in Katapola (Main Port)

Katapola is one of the ports of Amorgos. It is located on the west side of the island almost 6km down the hill from Chora. It is a quaint village with many hotels, restaurants and cafes. Its proximity to Chora as well as to Panagia Hozoviotissa monastery which is the landmark of the island, and the beaches of the west and south part of the island (Agia Anna, Maltezi and Plakes) is what makes Katapola a popular destination for accommodation. There is a bus stop here as well that can take you to Chora or other villages and beaches too. You can also take boat tours to some secluded beaches and a ferry for a day visit to nearby islands of the “Small Cyclades Complex”. In Katapola, you will find a plethora of hotels, rooms to let and there is a camping operation as well.

Our recommended Hotels in Katapola:
Amorgos Pearls (luxury), Villa Katapoliani, Aegean of Amorgos, Amorgion Hotel, Kaerati Apartments

3. Stay in Aegiali

Last but not least, Aegiali is the port of Amorgos which is located at the North of the island. Its distance from Chora is a 30-minute drive and has a very different setting. It has a beautiful sandy beach while maintaining a more cosmopolitan atmosphere compared to other villages of the island. Aegiali offers some luxury hotel options and is ideal for families travelling with children who want to stay in close proximity to a nice and organised beach.

Our recommended Hotels in Aegiali:
Aegialis Hotel and spa (luxury), Muses, Pano Gitonia, Plori studios, Miké Hotel, Filoxenia Hotel



  • When should I book my hotel?
    In principle, you will not have trouble finding a place to stay in Amorgos. Of course, if you are travelling mid-July/August it is recommended to have completed your reservation already by May since it is the busiest time of the year and hotels sell out.

  • Where should I book my hotel? is an online travelling guide about Greece and the Greek islands operating since 1999. We have hand-picked the best hotels on the island and have included them and presented them in our website. By clicking the “Book online” button, you will either, in case of affiliate links*, be redirected to and will handle your reservation or in case of sponsored links, you will be redirected to the official hotel website, where the hotel will handle the reservation. In both cases, there is no extra fee charged to you for this. * pays a small commission to us for every booking which helps us to continue our qualitative work and provide you with the best possible information.
    Is there another way to make a hotel reservation? You can contact the hotel by phone or mail. In some cases, you might find some cheaper rates but it is not recommended.

  • When is the best time to visit Amorgos?
    Amorgos is a very tranquil island. We believe that the best period to visit the island is late June to early September. August is the busiest month on the island with many local feasts taking place (panigiria) in the villages. Still, it retains its lovely laid-back atmosphere.

  • Will I find last-minute accommodation?
    Don’t wait until the last minute if you are travelling in high season. You might find something that will be overcharged, in a bad condition or in a not convenient location.

  • What types of accommodation are found in Amorgos?
    You can basically find all types of accommodation in Amorgos. More specifically there are typical hotels, rooms to let, bnbs, campings and there is a small number of luxury hotels and suites too.

  • Is accommodation in Amorgos expensive?
    No, Amorgos is not considered an expensive destination. There are some luxury hotels but this is not the rule on this particular island.

  • How much does accommodation in Amorgos cost?
    Depends on many factors. An average estimation without including Luxury Hotels, for 2 persons would be around 50-100 euros/per night in high season.

  • Where is the best place to stay if you are travelling on a budget?
    You can find cheap accommodation options (30-50euros) in Chora, and Katapola as well as in less popular villages. Note that there are two campings operating on the island one in Katapola and one in Aegiali.

  • How many days should I stay in Amorgos?
    4 days is considered a good time to discover the island. Of course, if you want to visit a place to unwind and lose track of the time you can stay much longer.

  • Where is the best place to stay for a family with children?
    Aegiali and Katapola are popular among families travelling with kids.

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