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A small island in Cyclades that causes the awe of the visitors with its amazing mountainous volumes and its magical traditional beauty of the sunbathed Cyclades. As we approach the port, which is one of the biggest and best preserved natural ports, we are amazed by the traditional settlement of the country that is located above it.

At the same time we can see the big sandy beach that is spread at length of the port. Serifos is located between Kithnos and Sifnos 72 miles from Piraeus. It has an extend of 70 square km and it is full of hills, fertile valleys, beautiful bights with blue green waters and 70 wonderful beaches of all kinds. There are many traditional settlements spread all around the island with characteristic architecture and great view.

Here, the visitor will calm down and enjoy the wonderful nature and the abundance of beaches. For amusement there are many bars, as well as many traditional and modern restaurants.


Serifos is reported by the ancient years. There is the myth of Perseas who killed the dangerous Medusa, who stayed at the palace of King Dikti of Serifos. It is also said that there stayed the Cyclopes.

The first inhabitants of Serifos were of aeolian origin. Later it was inhabited by Kares, Finikes, Cretans and Ionians. Romans used the island as a place of exile. The Ptolemians of Egypt conquered the island in 266 b.C. In 363 b.C, Serifos was conquered by Macedonians. The island met with great growth during the time that Francs were prevailed. During that time, the mines began to operate after many centuries of interruption. Serifos was conquered by Turks in 1537.

Where to stay: Serifos Hotels
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