With its rugged charm and simple rhythm, Folegandros is a well-kept secret in the heart of the Aegean Sea, known only to a discerning few. On the edge of a high cliff lies the capital Hora, precariously teetering with its many squares framed by elegant, traditional Cycladic church facades and old-fashioned taverns overlooking the Aegean Sea. When the sun goes down, the tavernas fill up, and the village invites you into its warm embrace. Honey raki flows, music resonates, people sing, and friendships are made. Come morning, you can meet them again on beaches washed by emerald green water or in the lively alleys of the oldest part of the town.