Between Milos and Sikinos, there is a small, rocky and narrow island, called Folegandros. Its name came from the name of the son of Minos, King of Crete.
Karavostassis is the harbour of the island, where you can get access to the dark-coloured beach of Vardia.
Tourist boats sail around of the island, past the caves of Georgitsi and Chrysospilia with the superb stalactite and stalagmite formations.
You should also visit the great monastery of Panagia , with a unique view of the entire island and the churches of Eleoussa, Pantanassa and Agia Sophia, located in the district of the castle, that is built literally on the edge of the cliffs.
Famous beaches of the island are: Karavostasis, Agali, Agios Nikolaos. Caiques can transfer you to the beautiful beaches of Katergo, Livadi, Abeli, Vardia and Agios Georgios.
How to get there By Ferry: There are itineraries from Piraeus port to Folegandros. Connection with other islands: Folegandros is connected with: Santorini, Milos, Anafi, Crete, Dodecanese, Sikinos, Ios, Naxos, Paros, Syros throughout the year.
USEFUL TELEPHONE NUMBERS
(Calling code for Greece 0030)
Folegandros Community 22860 41285 Folegandros Port Station 22860 41249
Folegandros First Aid Station 22860 41222 Folegandros Police Station 22860 41249
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