No cars allowed within the village. It has an officially "preserved" status, meaning no modern buildings and those either newly built or even renovated have to observe strict, traditional guidelines within the character of the region and Amorgos specifically. Charming, welcoming and warm atmosphere. Low-keyed, i.e. no dance clubs but more intimate cafe/bars with great music and some dancing. Some traditional "fiestas" celebrated in the public square of "Loza" with traditional music, food and dance--jam packed and boisterous fun.
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