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Yoga Holiday in Amorgos, Greece

23rd – 30th May 2025

Aegialis Hotel & Spa is a renowned destination for wellness worshipers and yoga enthusiasts, awarded by CNN for being one of the top five Yoga Hotels in Greece!

According to mythology, Amorgos was the island where Ulysses, on his way back to Ithaki, was attracted like a magnet by Goddess Kirki, and stayed for many years. Every year since, the same magnetic attraction beguiles wellness and yoga enthusiasts, which flock to this island, attracted by its strong revitalizing energy and the abundance of therapeutic herbs, that make Amorgos the perfect place for spiritual and physical uplift.  Aegialis Hotel & Spa has been a reference point for wellness travellers, thanks to its facilities and services, designed to lift both the spirit and the body.

Our hotel is located on the hill, with a panoramic view to Aegiali bay and the Aegean. We are only 1km distance from the port of Aegiali, where shops, tavernas, coffee bars, supermarkets etc can be found, as well as the main beach of Aegiali. This means around 10-15 minutes walking distance. Also, the beach of Levrossos is a 10-15 minutes walking distance

The main Restaurant, “Ambrosia Gallery”, provides a wide variety of gourmet specialties, with lots of vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free options, etc, all prepared with organic vegetables from our own gardens.  All of our breakfasts and dinners are included.



5 shalas with breathtaking views (Namaste, Ananda, Elysia, Anatolia, Nydra) and 2 rooftops (Anahata, Anja) are provided fully equipped.

We will be enjoying our daily yoga and meditation sessions in our own yoga space.



The only 5star hotel in Amorgos island with minimal yet luxurious room design, comforts and exceptional room service to provide you ultimate indulgence.

All rooms offer amazing views of the Aegean sea and the Aegiali beach! The unique Amorgian hospitality in combination with the cycladic beauty promises you memories you will always treasure.

Immerse yourself in the epitome of modern comfort within our rooms, boasting state-of-the-art facilities and exquisite minimal Cycladic design. Indulge in the serene elegance while relishing the breathtaking Aegean view from your private balcony.



  • Smart TV
  • WiFi internet
  • Telephone
  • Air-conditioning
  • Private balcony/veranda
  • Fridge
  • Coffee & tea facilities
  • Kettle & espresso machine
  • Hair dryer
  • Safe box
  • Bathrobes
  • Slippers
  • Bathroom amenities (Shampoo & Conditioner, Body Lotion, Vanity Set, Sewing Set, Shaving Set, Toothbrush set)
  • Luxury bedding & linens (Guy Laroche)
  • Free access to the Spa (Sauna, Hammam, Jacuzzi, Swimming pool, Gym)



We invite you to surrender your mind and body to a world of your well-being at the biggest thalassotherapy Spa center in Cyclades.

FREE and unlimited use of Spa facilities sauna, hammam, jacuzzi, sea water indoor swimming pool and fitness center. Restore your natural balance and pamper yourself with treatments and massages designed to awaken your senses.


Amorgos is a remarkably unspoiled island at the south-eastern edge of the Cyclades group, where traditional customs are still inextricably interwoven into a landscape as rich in beauty as in its history and culture. Originally inhabited by seafarers from Asia Minor in the 4th Century BC, the island now cradles people who enjoy a lifestyle that has been shaped by a varied and dramatic past. This is a place that appears untouched by time, but where the inhabitants quietly preserve one of the best kept secrets of the Aegean.

The length of the island is 33 kms and its width ranges between 1,5 to 6 kms. There are three mountain peaks — Krikelos (822m) to the north, Profitis Ilias (699 metres) in the middle and Korax (607 metres) to the south-west. The dramatic mountain scenery provides a fine backdrop to some excellent walking.

Meadows and areas for cultivation can be found in the area of Aegiali at the north, in Katapola at the centre, and in Arkesini at the southern part of the island.

There are two ports on the island: Katapola and Aegiali, where ferries, catamaran and hydrofoils call, connecting Amorgos to other islands and the mainland.

There are several beaches along the coast line. In Aegiali, the beach is long and sandy, starting from the edge of the fishing village Ormos.  “Levroso”, “Psili Ammos” and “Hohlakas” are a 15 min. walk from the port, while they can also be reached by small boat on a regular schedule.

In front of Aegiali bay, at the small uninhabited island of Nikouria, there are two nice sandy beaches, where small boats cross people for swimming from the bay of “Agios Pavlos”. On this island, there was a mint in antiquity, making the coins of the three ancient cities, Minoa, Arkesini and Aegiali. Each City State had its own currency, most of the coins depicting herbs and the head of Hippocrates.

On the other, steep side of Amorgos, below the Byzantine Monastery of Panagia Chozoviotissa, lies the beach of Agia Anna, famous for the clear blue and turquoise waters. Here is the location where the famous movie “The Big Blue” was filmed, making Amorgos known around the world. Continuing south, at the same side of the island, “Mouros “ beach is very popular for the clear waters, the dark thick sand and the two caves where one can swim in. In Arkesini, “Kalotaritissa”, “Kato Kambos” and “Paradisia” beaches are found at the South end of Amorgos.



The Monastery of Panagia Chozoviotissa was built 1000 years ago in a cliff, 300m above the sea, to house an icon of Virgin Mary. It was renovated in 1088 by the Byzantine Emperor Alexios Comnenos I, and for a certain period it served as a fortress against pirates. Its breathtaking view of the blue sparkling waters of the Aegean Sea makes it one of the most impressive monasteries in Greece, the pride of Amorgos. The Monastery can be visited daily from 8:00 – 13:00 and from 17:00 – 19:00. Ladies are required to wear skirt and gentlemen long pants, while shoulders should be covered. The monks offer the traditional liquor “psimeni”  raki and sweets


Aegiali bay is surrounded by the three traditional and authentic Aegiali Villages: Lagada, Tholaria and Potamos. All of them are accessible on foot from Aegialis Hotel & Spa and offer incredible views. One can discover the typical Greek Cycladic architecture, with the narrow streets painted with flowers, blue windows, white washed houses and the traditional “kafeneio”.


Agia Anna is the most famous among Amorgos beaches. Located near the capital of the island, Chora, Agia Anna is a pebbled beach with deep blue waters, the filming location of the famous “Big Blue” movie. Despite being a very popular spot, Agia Anna is not organized, in order to keep its originality, while it is an ideal place for diving and snorkelling, however not recommended for young children, due to its rocky surface. On foot, in just a few minute walk, the nearby isolated beaches of Kambi (a nudist spot) and Sirma can be reached.


The remains of ancient Minoa, one of the three ancient City-States of Amorgos, are located 3km from the port of Katapola and offer an impressive view to Katapola bay. According to the archaeological findings, Minoa was inhabited since the Neolithic times. The excavations brought into light the remains of a settlement from historic times. This settlement is dated from the 11 century BCE, founded by colonists from the island of Samos. There are no remains of buildings from the Geometric period because of the continuous settlement of the area. However there are remains of a marble temple from Hellenistic times, built in the 3rd century BCE. Ancient Minoa was inhabited until Roman times, when its residents started to move towards the port, until it was completely abandoned.


The capital of the island, Chora, is a Medieval town organized around an impressive rock, on top of which are the ruins of a Venetian castle. With its 40 Byzantine and early Christian churches, its windmills, its traditional houses, its narrow paved alleys, Chora resembles a labyrinth with many cafes and traditional taverns, offering a particular atmosphere. It is considered one of the most beautiful capital towns in the Cyclades. It hosts the first historical high school of independent Greece.


On the road to Chora from Aegiali, an intersection on the left leads to Asfondilitis, a deserted village on a rocky plateau. Most of the abandoned houses have been turned into stables. Before the second World War this place used to be an important agriculture place on the island. The village offers an impressive view on the south part of Amorgos and an incredibly peaceful atmosphere.

Especially known for the mysterious drawing that covered its stones, Asfondilitis is a place to see.


Agios Pavlos and Nikouria are two of the most impressive and worth visiting sights on Amorgos Island. In front of the beach of Agios Pavlos and its pointing finger into the sea, Nikouria is an uninhabited island, with two sandy beaches and one small chapel of Virgin Mary. With clear waters and an attractive underwater world, Nikouria and Agios Pavlos are an ideal site for snorkelling and diving.

Pricing and Travel Details

How to get to Amorgos:

Amorgos doesn’t have an airport and has 2 ports. The port of Aegiali (1km distance from our hotel) and the port of Katapola (22km distance).

The closest airports are Naxos and Santorini.

You can fly to Naxos, Santorini, Paros, Athens or even Mykonos and then take a ferry to Amorgos. Duration of the ferry trip can be 1-4 hours, depending on the schedule. (8 hours from Athens)




We invite you to join our 7 nights retreat on the beautiful island of Amorgos.

The dates are: 23-30 May 2025

The cost per person is :

£1175 per person sharing double/twin room

£1580 per person for single occupancy room


The holiday package includes:
– 7 nights accommodation in a Superior room with private balcony and sea view

– Daily Breakfast buffet (vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free options are provided upon request)

– Dinner daily (vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free options are provided upon request) (no drinks included)

– Daily Hatha yoga classes, including meditation and Yoga Nidra (morning and evening)

– Transfers upon arrival and departure on Amorgos (port-hotel-port)

– One 30 minute relaxing massage

– 10% discount on Face and Body treatments at Lalon Idor Spa

– Use of Lalon Idor Spa facilities (sauna, hammam, jacuzzi, indoor seawater swimming pool, fitness center)

– Use of Yoga Shalas and Equipment

– Use of wireless internet

– Vat, City Tax


*******Tourist accommodation tax of 4 € per room per night is not included and has to be paid separately by all guests during check out.

For more information please check out the Aegialis website:

I am really excited to take you to this new stunning yoga location. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me on


With love

Eva, your yoga teacher and holiday organiser 😊 xxx

Countdown Till Holiday








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