Take a look at Amorgos
Amorgos is a long, thin island at the easternmost part of the Cyclades. The rugged mountains are such a dominant feature of the landscape setting it apart from most of the other islands in the Cyclades. One of the most unpretentious and laid back Greek islands Amorgos still keeps the traditional Greek lifestyle, yet offers some lively bars, cozy cafés and restaurants. The natural beauty of Amorgos and the surrounding seas made it a perfect setting for Luc Besson’s film “The Big Blue”. Pristine secluded beaches with azure waters, gorgeous caves and scenic bays, many only accessible from the sea are a paradise for visiting yachts.