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Aegiali Guide

Aegiali is a port town in the north end of the island Amorgos, the easternmost island of the Cyclades region in Greece.

With fewer ferry connections, Aegiali is the second largest port on the island after Katapola, the main port.

Parts of Amorgos island reach a considerable height above sea level, offering superb views out over the Archipelago. Amorgos itself is one of the most impressive of the Cycladic islands and boasts marvellous beaches with azure waters and gorgeous caves.


Donoussa Guide

The Greek island of Donoussa is the most northerly of the Small Eastern Cyclades group of islands and lies to the east of the island of Naxos and north of Amorgos. The island is quite small with a land area of around 13 sq. km and has a number of coves and hidden sandy beaches just waiting for visitors to explore. The island's residents, which amount to about 100, live mainly in the villages of Donoussa, Stavros, which is the largest and home to the island's port, Mersini, Haravgi and Kalotaritissa. A popular attraction on the island are the caves of "Spilia Tichou" with its spectacular stalactite formations, in the north west of the island, and "Fokospilia" on the island's east coast. According to mythology, Dionysus offered Ariadni a hiding place in Donoússa so that Thesseus could not find her. A settlement dating to the Geometric Period as well as remains of Bronze Age dwellings reveal the historical importance of the island.

Donoussa is connected by ferry to the port of Piraeus and to Naxos and Amorgos.