The architecture and landscape of Andros are very different to that of the rest of the Cyclades with green hillsides covered in stone terracing, crystal clear streams and natural springs, unusual dove cots with square towers whose pigeon holes are decorated with geometric designs, rustic stone villages and handsome stone houses.
The main town of the island, known as Hora (Chora), is particularly attractive with an impressive marble promenade where there are some very elegant restaurants, cafes, bars and boutique shops but without the price tag of comparable islands such as Mykonos or Santorini. The coastline has many lovely, sandy beaches and the island offers watersports and sailing.
FEATURED VILLAS IN Andros
Sleeps 12, from € 2500/Week
What a superb opportunity to holiday in a 16th Century stone property set in a large private estate with orchards, organic vegetable garden, olive grove and vineyard. The stunning swimming pool and spacious terraces have breathtaking views over Korthi Bay.