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At the most northern part of Amorgos, Tholaria, is a hamlet amphitheatrically built above Aegiali, nearby the archaeological site of the homonymous ancient city. With its white washed cube houses built next to and on top of one another and a maze of paved narrow alleys covered with delicate arches, the settlement also offers a couple of rooms-to-rent, hotels, several taverns and kafeneia (traditional Greek coffee shops), as well as the imposing church of Agioi Anargiroi.

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Lagada is amphitheatrically built right above the port of Aegiali, offering jaw-droping panoramic sights to the 4 points of the horizon respectively (and particularly from “Tsoutsoula” vantage point). Apart from its whitewashed alleys and the traditional households, there, one can find a handful of taverns, a wild-herb distillery, the chapels of Agia Sofia with the double dome, Panagia Akathi (next to Agia Sofia), as well as Panagia Epanochoriani. Also, just before the entrance of the village, perched on a rock stands Agia Triada that was formerly used as a bastion. Finally, from Lagada there is a hiking path that leads to the abandoned village of Stroumbos.

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