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Our sailing ship was left in Faros Bay. According to some descriptions, you can walk to Castro. We were there in the middle of June, but the sun was very strong. I do not recommend walking to anyone. The bus is very rare. Taxis can...More
One visit is enough but necessary!
a bit high but totally worth it!
After having a nice coffee at the old town halls square and 30' before the sun sets, take the opportunity to visit Kastro and get the best overview of the island during...More
Probably one of the best medieval Cycladic settlements. The others are the one in the island Astypalaia and Patmos. Very steep, you need to be in a good physical condition to drift in all the little alleys. The old square with the 19th century Town...More
It is not a Castle with the traditional meaning of the word, it is the highest point in Serifos village. The footpath that takes you up and around the summit is scary and exhilarating. The view is amazing and strange because from there you are...More
We got the bus up to the hora 1.80 euros, winding it's way up the hairpin bends to the top,the first time we went it was hot & walking around great views , up to the little churches , through the myriad of pathways, plenty...More
The hill top Chora dominates the skyline when you arrive at the port of Serifos. Do make a point of visiting the Chora and the Kastro and wandering the cobblestoned lanes. You can either take the bus which travels up hourly, taking about 12-15 minutes...More
We visited Kastro village which is situated in the eastern part of Sifnos island. Walking in the narrow streets was like a dream, You will enjoy the view of the moon looking from the cliffs and the little church of 7 martyrs. Inside the village...More