7 Secret Mediterranean Islands You To Visit Before The Tourists Ruin Them
If you ever grow tired of having fun, you can also relax a bit with an architectural tour. There is still plenty of that to see, which means that you won’t be bored for even a minute.
The best thing about Amorgos is that it’s completely remote. Aside from one week of high summer in August, you are almost guaranteed serenity and quiet no matter where you go.
Sandy beaches, beautiful homes, and taverns and restaurants for you to eat at until you’re too stuffed to try any more local cuisine are all definite pulls to this quiet, no frills spot of natural beauty.