Andros spreads its aquamarine beauty proudly at the northern tip of the Cyclades.
According to mythology the island got its name from Andros, the leader of the Phoenicians, the first known inhabitants of the island.
Today, thousands of years later, the island is waiting for you to explore its beauties.
Enjoy a magical journey and discover the rich history, archaeological sites and monuments, priceless artefacts and relics that exist in museums and in the monasteries as well as modern cultural foundations, such as Goulandris Contemporary Art Museum, Kairis Library, Nautical Museum and more...
Walk through the rich manmade agricultural landscape with watermills, windmills, olive presses, dovecotes, tower-houses and an extended network of paved footpaths. Admire the beautiful lush nature and drink the fresh water of numeral springs.

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