Chora of Amorgos is a picturesque Greek village located on the top of a hill on the island of Amorgos as serves as its capital. 

The village is characterized by traditional Cycladic architecture and narrow cobblestone alleys that lead to quaint squares and beautiful whitewashed houses with colorful doors and shutters.

The most famous landmark of Chora is the 13th-century Venetian castle that dominates the village’s skyline and offers stunning views of the Aegean Sea. 

Visitors can also explore the many churches and chapels, such as the Panagia Katapoliani, and stroll along the village’s two main streets, Loza and Pano Gitonia, which are lined with shops, tavernas, and cafes.