Your Holiday In Serifos!

Boasting the traditional Cycladic architecture, Serifos island Greece is dotted with little whitewashed houses and churches that come in contrast to the island’s wild natural landscape. Serifos is not blighted by overdevelopment, thus is considered a Greek holidays destination off the beaten tourist trail, perfect for relaxing holidays!

Serifos Chora, the island’s capital, is arguably one of the most beautiful capitals of the Cyclades! After having spent their day in the idyllic Serifos beaches, travelers fill the cobblestone narrow alleys of Chora to wander and have a drink at the island’s bars.

Things to do

Serifos is a small island of the Cyclades complex, located in close distance from Athens. This is why Serifos is a popular weekend destination, as many Athenians hop there for short summer breaks. Life in Serifos mostly concentrates in Chora, a picturesque town with Cycladic style constructed on the slopes of a hill, while a lot of nice beaches are found along the coastline. Most beautiful beaches include Livadi, Livadakia, Psili Ammos, Ganema, Vagia and others. The most interesting sightseeing in Serifos is the Old Mines, just above the village of Megalo Livadi. These mines are abandoned today, but they were the place of a historic strike in the early 20th century.

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Serifos 

Serifos

Serifos (GreekΣέριφοςLatinSeriphus, also Seriphos; formerly Serpho or Serphanto) is a Greek island municipality in the Aegean Sea, located in the western Cyclades, south of Kythnos and northwest of Sifnos. It is part of the Milos regional unit. The area is 75.207 square kilometres (29.038 sq mi)[2] and the population was 1,420 at the 2011 census. It is located about 170 kilometres (92 nautical miles) ESE of Piraeus.