Archaeological sites on Amorgos
Ancient Arkesini is from 4th century BC. The tower of Agia Triada is the most important ancient monument on Amorgos. Even though the tower is half ruined it still dominates the plain standing beside the church with the same name. It is built from four large cornered blocks and protected the large rural population and the fertile expanses of the area.
The Ancient site of Minoa, at Moundoulia Hill, above the port of Katapola. It was one of the most important centers of human life and activity on the island throughout prehistoric times and was originally the summer residence of Cretan king Minos.
Enormous excavation project reveals evidence that the whole site of ancient Minoa was constantly populated at a high cultural level from the 10th century B.C. to the 4th century A.D.