Sunday, 4-Oct-2015

Region: Cyclades Area: Sifnos, Vathy
Sifnos, the island of Apollo, is located in the southwestern part of the Cyclades. With 74 sq. km of surface and about 70 km of coastline, the island is adjacent to the Cycladic islands of Serifos, Kimolos and Antiparos.
Known since antiquity thanks to its gold and silver mines, Sifnos today is an island of endless natural beauty due to the diversity of its soil, of the totally green landscapes with age-long olive groves, in its mountain ranges, its fertile valleys and its blue waters. The island is an authentic and attractive island that slowly reveals its breathtaking beauty to its visitor.

Walks and hikes
The picturesque villages of the island
The beautiful beaches with fine sand and coves with crystal clear water
The exquisite cuisine of Sifnos
Kamares, the island's main port, is located deep in a beautiful bay surrounded by mountains and a beautiful, wide sandy beach.

It is very pleasant to stroll in the evening by the water, to sit in a tavern or at a beach bar full of life, overlooking the moored yachts and boats.

The island is famous for its pottery, which owe their reputation to the excellent quality of clay in the region. Do not forget to visit the potteries on the island.
The church of St. Simeon, on top of the mountain, stands dominantly over Kamares and offers stunning panoramic views of the harbor and the sea.

Apollonia, the capital of the island, is 5 kilometers from the port, is a beautiful village surrounded by olive groves and is built as an amphitheater, overlooking the sea. Walk through the maze of streets, full of flowers with the recently whitewashed houses and Byzantine churches with blue domes that create an image reminiscent of postcards.

Nearby, you will find the village of Artemonas with its windmills and beautiful neoclassical houses with courtyards full of flowers that smell jasmine.

The island is full of beautiful picturesque little villages worth discovering, including the villages of Kastro, Faros, Cheronissos and Vathi.
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