Folegandros is the most unspoiled island in the Aegean Sea today. Once used as an area for Roman exiles,
the island stands like a solid rock dropped there by a giant. The “chora” offers a magnificent view, and
later, you can enjoy a tasty dinner at one of the picturesque tavernas there. Unfortunately, the beauty of
this tiny fishing harbor -Karavostasi- is vastly spoiled by a water carrier ship, which is present almost
every other day during summer.