Just two hours from the port of Rafina (Athens), Andros is the greenest of the Cyclades islands as well as the second-largest Cycladic destination. And it’s full of surprises. Where else could you find Venetian castles, untouched exotic (organised or non-organised) beaches, rushing rivers and watermills, picturesque villages, a world-class modern art museum, grand mansions as well as well-marked hiking trails, local delicacies and a great range of tourist services (accommodation, restaurants, café- bars and many more)? Andros is laid-back and discreet, awaiting discovery by the traveller. Andros beaches are little known wonders. A network of well-marked awarded hiking paths of dozens of kilometres covers the island. Get yourself a map and follow the arrows that will guide your journey, always with the big blue in the background. In 2020, Andros tops The Sunday Times list of “Europe’s 25 secret islands” to visit after the COVID-19 lockdown. Andros tops the list of the famous British newspaper for hiking trails tracks, the high quality services, the incomparable natural beauty and its proximity to Athens.
Our representatives at Greek Alternative Tourism & Gastronomy Workshop
@ Municipality of Andros