Mamma Mia! @ Amarandos

The term Amarandos in Greek language is an adjective and means “something that never withers”, “unfading”.

This famous place, where several scenes for the “Mamma Mia!” movie were shot back in 2007, still remains the same: beautiful and unspoilt. The setting is about 1,5 klm away from Agnontas hamlet.

Located on the West side of the island along a dirt track (off the main road to Agnontas), the coastline of Amarandos consists of small, isolated rocky coves with turquoise waters – ideal for both snorkeling and swimming.

This striking place -of incredibly stunning natural beauty- enjoys scenic views across the Aegean Sea to the mountainous island of Evia, as well as romantic sunsets; here mature pine trees sweep down to water level, offering privacy under lovely shadows.

Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) @ Amarandos

Map of Amarandos coastline