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For anyone interested in Yoga retreat, Teacher Training with an official certificate of 200h training, where everything is perfect from the dietary food (which is organically grown in the hotel territory) to the highest quality training & atmosphere - I wanted to HIGHLY recommend Aegialis in Amorgos Island, it was the best decision & Investment I have ever made!!!


Amorgos the hidden gem of the Cyclades

The island has the perfect balance of tranquil and vibrant energy. Surrounded by nature, with high mountains and the crystal-clear Aegean sea, Amorgos brings its visitors an environment to relax, feed their senses with natural beauty and become inspired with life. The island has a worldwide reputation for its high terrestrial magnetism, which can be felt as soon as you step foot on the island. On Amorgos, you can be sure that you will find moments of peace.

With its powerful spiritual energy and all around good vibes, Amorgos is the ideal location for yoga and meditation. Many yogis from all over the world choose Amorgos as their main destination, and it is a famous destination for yoga retreats, meditation and hiking adventures. Surrounded by green fields, high mountains and the ever blue Aegean Sea, the island is great for self-discovery and life-changing experiences.


Golden sand with front-row seats…

Exploring Amorgos, you will come across pristine beaches, where you can discover the healing powers of the Aegean Sea. Every beach on the island is ideal for snorkelling, SUP or simply taking it all in, from the sunny shores. Boat trips are popular here, as they provide a unique adventure to come up, close and personal with the Aegean Sea and find hidden caves and small inhabited islands.

The famous “Agia Anna” beach, location of Luc Besson’s “Le Grande Bleu” film is located a short distance from the capital of the island and the sacred Monastery of Hozoviotissa. Amorgos is an invitation to also experience the true Greek culture, with quaint villages, where locals offer their friendly hospitality and where you can see traditional Amorgian houses. During specific times of the year, there are customary celebrations which all visitors can experience and are welcomed by the locals. The capital of the island, Chora, is a gorgeous little town, with small white-washed alleyways, authentic Amorgian boutiques and Cycladic architecture coated in vibrant bougainvillea. Located nearby, you will find The Monastery of Hozoviotissa, the second built church in Greece and one of the most popular national monasteries. The experience is magical, walking up 300 steps to reach the monument built in the high cliffs, overlooking the deep blue waters.