Amorgi Studios in Amorgos, Aegialis

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Location: Aegialis
Recommended for: Budget, Near the beach

The Cycladic-style Amorgi Studios is located 80 m from the long, sandy beach of Aigiali in Amorgos. It offers self-catering accommodations and free 2-way transfer from Aigiali village, where restaurants and mini markets are located. All spacious studios and apartments open to a shaded and furnished balcony or patio with views over Aegiali Beach. Decorated in pastel colors, they include a kitchenette or kitchen with a mini oven with cooking hobs, fridge and coffee maker. Air conditioning and satellite TV are provided.

Staff at Amorgi can arrange car or motorbike rental to explore the island. The scenic Amorgos Town with the whitewashed houses and windmills is at 11 mi. The fishing village and main port of Katapola are 15 mi away. Aigiali Port is at 801 m. This property also has one of the top-rated locations in Aegiali! Guests are happier about it compared to other properties in the area.

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  • Amorgos, the easternmost island of the Cyclades, was one of the most important centers of the Cycladic civilization
  • The three island cities, Minoa, Amorgos, and Arkesini enjoyed considerable prosperity during the archaic period, with the arrival of the Ionians, as its geographical position made it an important destination from and to the Ionian coast of Asia Minor
  • The island\'s name allegedly comes from the word \"Amorgi\", a plant which produced a special weaving thread for the stitching of the famous Amorgians tunics (Aristophanes, Lysistrata)
  • According to another version, the name \"Amorgos\" refers to the special color of these tunics, which was later identified as red.


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