Paleopolis Ancient Town, PaleopolisPaleopolis was the ancient capital of Andros and the only city on the island during the Classical Years. It was founded in the 7th-6th century BC.
Archaeological Museum of Andros, ChoraFounded in 1981 by a donation from the Vassilis & Eliza Goulandris Foundation with designs by Stamos Papadakis. It houses findings from excavations in Andros.
Andros Open Theater, ChoraAndros Open Theater is a stone made outdoor theater in Andros Chora with a capacity of 900 (!) people. Andros Festival, the creative director of which is the renown Greek director Pantelis Voulgaris, takes place in Andros Open Theater every summer, hosting many cultural events!
Cyclades Olive Museum, PitrofosAwarded as one of the Top 10 Museums in Greece for the year 2018 (for third consecutive year). One of the best preserved pre-industrial mills in the Cyclades.
Pithara waterfalls, ApikiaThe ravine of Pythara is located in Apikia, 10 minutes from the road. Its abundant and crystalline waters create a stunning scenery, forming small waterfalls and ponds where aquatic life abounds.
Kidonieos Foundation, Chora
The Peter and Marika Kidonieos Foundation is a public benefit institution set up to establish and operate a cultural center in Andros. It was founded in 1994 and is housed in a two-storey building in Chora of Andros.
Museum of Contemporary art, ChoraThe Museum of Contemporary Art of Vassilis and Eliza Goulandris Foundation in Andros is the first Museum of Contemporary Art in Greece. The Museum was founded in 1979 by Vassilis and Eliza Goulandris, as a place where international exhibitions can be hosted.
Kairios Library, ChoraKairios Library is a non-profit organization. Its purpose is to collect and preserve historical sources of Andros and Cyclades islands, both in written works (manuscripts, printed books) as well as in works of art and crafts (eg paintings).
Nautical Museum, Chora
It was founded in 1972 by a donation of the Nick Goulandris family. The most important of its exhibits are old charterers, various nautical calendars, lithographs of men’s ships and the later first steam-powered cargo ships in Greece.