Micra Anglia Hotel, Andros
Located in Andros, Micra Anglia Hotel is an easy drive from Apoikia and provides a swimming pool.…SHOW ON MAP
Elysian Villas, Andros
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What to do on Andros
Andros town, travel to the state of captains Andriots are above all seafarers, captains, ship owners and…SHOW ON MAP
Andros, Useful Information
Police 22820-22300 Port Police 22820-22250 Fire Department 22820-42199, 42099, 41606 Ambulance 166 Health Center 22820-22222, 23333, 23703…SHOW ON MAP
Theros | All Day restaurant, Andros
Restaurant in Andros means a unique location by the sea. It means Mediterranean and Greek cuisine with…SHOW ON MAP
Apomero Cafe Bar, Andros
Apomero is a fantastic cafe is located in Gavrio, the bustling harbor of Andros. It is a…SHOW ON MAP
Chora beach, Andros
Near the lovely capital of Andros lays the organized beach of Niborio, as well as the small…SHOW ON MAP
Achla beach, Andros
One of the most beautiful and secluded beaches in Andros, Achla (or Ahla) is located on the…SHOW ON MAP
Just two hours from the port of Rafina, Andros is the greenest of the Cyclades as well as the second largest after Naxos. And it’s full of surprises. Where else could you find Venetian castles and untouched beaches, rushing rivers and abandoned watermills, a world-class modern art museum and the grand mansions of local ship owners, well-marked hiking trails and dramatic cornices? For all its wealth, it is laid-back and discreet, shy of mass tourism, awaiting discovery by the discerning traveller. Andros will make you wish your holiday here could last forever.
Hidden gems of Andros
The Faneromeni castle
Faneromeni Castle, or Upper Castle, stands in contrast to the even more ruined fortress at the tip of Hora. Prepare to be blown away; the view of the Aegean is magnificent.
The Tourlitis Lighthouse off the coast of Hora is the only one in the Cyclades built on a rock in the middle of the sea.
The villages of Andros
Lamyra, Menites, Strapouries, Apikia, Vourkoti, Aladino, Messaria, Palaiopoli, Batsi, Gavrio… Strange names when you first come across them, but they’ll become familiar once you start exploring this large and varied island.
The footpaths of Andros
A network of well-marked hiking paths covers the island. Get yourself a map and follow the arrows that will guide your journey, always with the big blue in the background.