Agia Anna is one of the most picturesque spots in Amorgos island. This small beach is rocky and pebbled, non organized at all with tourist facilities. The beach took its name from the tiny chapel of Agia Anna that is found right by the sea. Visitors dive in the water from the rock or lay on the small pebbled coast. Agia Anna became famous when scenes from the movie The Big Blue (1988) were filmed there.
This lovely place can be reached by car or through a narrow hiking path (30-40 min walk) from the Monastery of Panagia Hozoviotissa. As there are no facilities or canteens there, visitors are advised to have supplies with them, such as water. Due to its secluded environment, some coves next to this beach are frequented by naturists. Agia Anna is certainly among the spots not to miss in Amorgos island, Greece.