Chora of Folegandros is the beautiful and captivating capital of the island, nestled on a hilltop that offers breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea. 

Cycladic architecture is evident in every corner of the village with its maze of whitewashed streets and alleys adorned with blue doors and windows. 

It is remarkable that the indigenous population of the village has managed to preserve their ancient customs and traditions that are deeply rooted in the way they dress and celebrate religious festivals. 

The Kastro medieval fortress, situated in the upper part of the village, is a testament to the rich history of Folegandros with remains of towers and walls that once protected the village from pirates. 

The village has an array of charming cafes, restaurants, and shops selling handmade products, including textiles, pottery, and jewelry.