Approaching Katapola, the "big" port of Amorgos
(as opposed to Aegiali where we stayed, which is the little port)
"Downtown" Katapola, harborfront
The part of Katapola on the opposite side of the harbor
The long and winding road to Agia (Saint) Anna
The impossibly blue water of Agia Anna
Small chapel at Agia Anna
Swimmers (some nude) at Agia Anna
More swimmers at Agia Anna
The approach to the famous Hozoviotissa monastery above Agia Anna
Hozoviotissa was built in 1088 and is still inhabited by four Greek Orthodox monks.
Shipwreck, close up
The ubiquitous Greek cypress tree
The island farmers eek what they can from the
harsh land by building terraces on which to plant.
A nice house in the middle of
nowhere flying the Greek flag
Secluded beach we stumbled across
Deb after visiting the little chapel on the beach
The interior of the little chapel...
...with typical icons and perpetually-burning candle.
These tiny chapels dot the Greek countryside and are rarely locked.
The best snorkeling was at the southern tip of the island.
The water was ridiculously clear!
On to Athens
On to the Acropolis Museum
On to Aegiali
On to Nis Nikuria
On to Hora