Amorgos Greece Events
After a few years away, I returned to the Greek Cyclades this week, expecting the Greek island - the - to take a different path. Amorgos has welcomed many tourists over the years and you do not have to wait for hours to experience the unique sights it has to offer. There is no doubt that mass tourism has arrived everywhere nowadays, but if you want to see people enjoying themselves, you should definitely go there. It has been said that life on Amoringos still has the same relaxing qualities that one would expect from a Greek island off the beaten track, so that one can still behave on it, even if nowadays there is a bit of "mass tourism" from everywhere.
As the history of the island unfolds before your eyes, let it unfold before our eyes alone. It will be unforgettable, as hikers will also have the opportunity to walk many interesting paths.
The competition is also open to foreign producers and filmmakers who have a film related to a Greek tourist destination or product. Shopping - Holics can try some of Greece's most popular products, such as wine, beer, wine glasses and wine bottles. You can cross the winding streets, visit churches, taverns and castles or have a "Greek coffee" in the shade of the trees in the picturesque Café Loza. The local bakeries serve a wide range of delicious desserts, as well as a variety of drinks and snacks.
The winner of the national competition will be announced and awarded on 27 September 2020 in Athens. The winners of this national competition will be awarded at the Greek International Film Festival in Piraeus, Greece, until the end of August 2020, and the winner will announce and award the national prize for the best documentary in Greece and the Greek National Film Festival in Athens on 29 and 30 September 2020.
The event also includes a number of participating wineries and a large festival that takes place at the end of the day on the first Sunday of each month in August. If you want to learn more about the traditional Greek festivals, Amorgos has a lot to know and welcomes tourists to be part of their community. We recommend that you live a lifetime once you are fully prepared and we offer the best travel insurance in Greece to do all the activities, including top insurance cover. The Greeks certainly know how to enjoy life differently from the rest of Europe and the world.
The festival of St. Paraskevi is very famous on July 26th and many people come to enjoy the food, music, dance and other activities of the festival. Here you can sit for hours and share your meze with ouzo and raki and watch the passers-by. It is very popular with young people and it is a great place to dress as you like, something you would never do in Mykonos.
The main festival takes place on July 26th, although you should make an effort to be there, as the weather is often threatening. There are many other festivals in the area, such as the Greek Orthodox Church festivals, but they also vary from region to region in Greece in terms of the festivals that are played.
Ferries are available from the ports of Katapola and Aegiali and offer a trip from Athens to the island of Crete and back. There are also boats that sail to various Cycladic islands, including Santorini, Naxos and Paros, and that offer daily connections in different directions during the summer months. In general, it is cheaper to stay, eat and go than in other parts of the country, such as Athens or Athens - Nicosia.
You can fly from Athens to Naxos and then come directly by boat from the ports of Aegiali or Katapola. If you don't like boats, I recommend you take a connecting flight from NAXos to Athens or take the short ferry from one of the two Amorgos to Naxo. You can take a boat in Athens or any other main island, but if you are already in Paros or NXOS, you can take a ferry from there and continue to the island of Crete.
If you combine Amorgos with other more popular islands, I suggest you a reliable Greek travel agency that will coordinate your hotel and ferry and take care of all possible complications. For a list of ferry companies and their prices, visit ferryhopper.com. Compare ferry prices and book your cheapest ticket in one go without hidden fees. Blue StarFerries departs at 5: 30 p.m. And you can call them on their website or find them at the ferry terminal in Athens or in their office on Naxos.
I am so excited to be able to attend a retreat on the magical Greek island of Amorgos from September 6 to 13. We will host you in the best hotel on all the Greek islands and take you on a tour of some of the most beautiful and beautiful scenes from the history, culture and culture of the island.