Amorgos is famous for its gorgeous beaches and pure waters. These fantastic waters in Amorgos Greece were chosen by director Luc Besson as scenery for the principal scenes of his movie, The Big Blue. There are many beaches in Amorgos. The most popular one is Aegiali beach as the little village of the same name offer facilities such as hotels & restaurants. One of the most beautiful ones is Mouros beach but is it is not easily accessible as you need to walk down a 10-minute path to reach the beach. You will find some sea caves there and even swim in them! In you stay in the village of Katapola, note that there is a small boat that takes you to some beautiful beaches such as Maltezi beach. Nudism is practiced in some beaches of Amorgos.
You will find below a list of the best beaches in Amorgos island.
Location: 16 km north from Chora
Description: Levressos is a beautiful beach close to the cove of Aegialis, on the northern side of Amorgos. This is a sandy beach with crystalline water and mostly known as the favorite spot of nudists.
Location: 7 km west of Chora
Description: Finikes is a remote beach in a walking distance from the port of Katapola. Totally secluded and surrounded by wild cliffs, Finikes has clean water and no tourist facilities at all.
Location: 18km north east from Chora
Description: This is a rather small and secluded beach offering no tourist facilities like umbrellas and sundecks. It is mostly visited by those who enjoy the peaceful environment away from any crowd.
Location: 4 km from Chora
Description: A small beach surrounded by wild cliffs, Kambi is reached within a walking distance from the monastery of Hozoviotissa and Agia Anna. The beach is also known as Ammoudi and it is a frequent spot for nudists.
Location: 18 km north of Chora
Description: Psili Ammos is accessed on foot from Aegialis or by boat due to its remote location. The beach stands out for the crystal clear waters and the natural beauty.
Location: 15 km north east of Chora
Description: This is a rather small beach without umbrellas and sundecks, but with some delicious cafeterias and taverns just above it. Fokiotrypa is covered with sand but at the edge of the shore there are some pebbles.