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Andros is the northernmost and second largest island of the Cyclades, an island to dream and discover. An enchanting treasure to experience your personal Odyssey. A natural landscape of harsh beauty, bare peaks (up to 1000m), many green valleys stretching out to the sea - with trees that lead water all year round. The fertile valleys are used for farming purposes, so you have fresh fruits and vegetables all year round. The island also has local producers of honey, cheese, olive oil, wine and oyster mushrooms. The fresh products stimulate new things to try out. The island also has a lot to offer for culinary interest. In the two cooking schools one can learn in courses how to prepare traditional food quickly and delicately.
Andros is separated in the north by the Cavo d'oro road from Euboa and in the south by the Narrow Narrow from the island of Tinos.
With a total area of 383km2, Andros is the second largest of the Cyclades Islands after Naxos.
The undisturbed nature, the whitewashed cubic houses, the pigeon houses from the Middle Ages, the well signposted hiking network, the over 70 bathing beaches and bays from only a few bathing guests, crystal clear to deep blue water and much more awaits you on our enchanting Island.
The variety of the island island in the Aegaeis is worthwhile to be discovered and spend relaxing and varied holiday.
The island offers a variety of sights:
"Chora" (Andros City)
This beautiful small town is the capital of Andros, located on a small peninsula in the center of the east coast of the island, between the two long sandy beaches of "Neiborio" and "Paraporti".
The mixture of neoclassical and cycladic buildings, the narrow streets, stone walkways, museums and beaches lend "Chora" a unique atmosphere.
In the heart of the city are combined Venetian, Byzantine and Ottoman architecture, an association that is so on any other island in this form.
The gateway to the old town is preserved and gives the visitor the feeling of immersing himself in another world and in another time.
Andros Town has two squares. The first is paved with stone and surrounded by many cafes, small restaurants and pastry shops, all of which are shaded by giant plane trees. The second square is paved with marble, has a statue of the unknown sailor and a magnificent view of the open sea and the rest of the city. Because this place is at the top of the peninsula, you have the best view of the beautiful Venetian stone bridge. This leads to a small island on which the remains of an ancient castle, also built in the Venetian period. It served the city as a defense against attackers.