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What to experience on the island

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The island's rich history is reflected in its many impressive castles, such as the imposing Castle of Chora, which stands guard over the island's capital and offers a glimpse into Andros' past as a strategic fortress.

Archaelogical sites

A treasure trove of archaeological sites — ancient ruins such as the prehistoric settlement of Zagora and the Hellenistic Tower of St. Peter providing a fascinating glimpse into the island's rich history and cultural heritage.

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Cultural Sites


The island is home to several noteworthy museums, including the Archaeological Museum of Andros, which features an impressive collection of artifacts dating back to the island's ancient past. The Museum of Modern Art, housed in a beautifully restored neoclassical mansion, showcases the works of renowned Greek artists, while the Kydonieos Foundation museum focuses on the island's maritime history. Visitors to Andros can also explore the Folklore Museum, which offers a glimpse into traditional island life through exhibits of costumes, tools, and household items. With its diverse range of museums, Andros Island provides an excellent opportunity for visitors to immerse themselves in the island's history and culture.

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The island boasts a stunning natural landscape, with its rugged mountains, hidden caves and crystal-clear waters providing a picturesque setting for swimmers and nature enthusiasts alike.

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Andros is home to several historic monasteries, including the centuries-old Monastery of Panachrantou, where visitors can admire the intricate Byzantine architecture and learn about the spiritual traditions of the island's residents.



An extensive network of hiking paths offer the opportunity to explore the island's diverse terrain, from its lush valleys and cascading waterfalls to its craggy peaks and panoramic vistas.

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