Astypalea to Amorgos Ferry
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`The Portaitissa' is a must-see when going to this island, a immaculate monastery with whitewashed walls and turquoise domed roofs.
Also try some Astypalean specialities whilst there including poungia, a cheese pie made with locally-made kopanisti cheese and sweet Greek honey, and the freshly-caught seafood such as lobster and octopus. For archaeology fans, a visit to the Archaeological Museum of Astypalea is a must, as well as the Venetian ruins that are scattered around Astypalea.
The island of Amorgos actually has 2 ports, despite being relatively small, situated in Katapola in the south and Aeigli in the north. Amorgos is the easternmost of the popular Cyclades islands in Greece. Although full of natural wonders such as its golden beaches and fantastic mountain views, Amorgos Town is also known for its beautiful churches, especially that of Agios Georgios, and the Byzantine Monastery of Panagia Chozoviotissa that dominates the centre of the town.
From either port of Amorgos, it is easy to get to the other parts of the island, where you can find incredible Roman ruins and Mycenaean tombs as well as typically Greek whitewashed homes in the villages and untouched, and perhaps unexplored, areas of the countryside.