Cosmopolitan and refined, the second largest of the Cyclades is one of the least explored islands in the Aegean.
The home of famous shipowners and sea captains, Andros island stands out for its rare mix of an Aegean aesthetic with a natural setting more often found on the Greek mainland. Its mountains and sea together form a perfect whole, in which bare Cycladic beauty coexists with verdant landscapes and pristine beaches with emerald waters.
From the grandeur of Andros Town, with its impressive neoclassical buildings, iconic museums and aristocratic atmosphere, to the beautiful vernacular architecture of the stone-built mountain villages, there are countless cultural and historical treasures scattered throughout the island.
For lovers of exploration, Andros is like an inexhaustible eco-museum that never fails to enthral, where forests and valleys boasting impressive flora and fauna are interspersed with thermal springs and waterfalls, dovecotes and stone watermills, cobbled streets and arched bridges, and ornate castles and historic monasteries.
Rich in surprises but always understated, Andros overturns every stereotype of a Cycladic island, and promises a fantastic holiday experience for the most demanding travellers.