Parakopi

Parakopi is a small settlement in the mainland of the island of Syros. This settlement was a resort of the high society of the island in earlier times. Among the trees blooming in the area (pine trees, pistachio trees, fruit trees) are built imposing villas and small stone-built towers with well-kept gardens and wells. In [...] Read More »

Pagos

Pagos is a village of Syros. It is located in the mainland of the island and is 7 km from the capital Ermoupolis. Its name owes it to the word "Baus" which means passage. The history of the village dates back to 2.800 BC while important examples of the Roman period are presented. The Pagos [...] Read More »

Chroussa

Chroussa is a place with thick greenery, well kept newly built houses bearing the traditional style, and old mansions. On the top of a hill is the church of Virgin Mary Faneromeni, which was built in 1890. Next to the church, the old country church dates since 14th century. The church is celebrated on 24th [...] Read More »

Apano Meria

To the most northern part of Syros, we meet Apano Meria, an area of splendid natural beauty with dry walls, roads and footpaths. Its few inhabitants live harmoniously with nature. Small dotted settlements between rocks and sky bonded with the Aegean Sea enthral the visitors. From the high steep rocks, the breathtaking northern beaches of [...] Read More »

Archontiko Ermoupolis

Archontiko rooms Ermoupoli
Booking Set in a historic 19th-century mansion with unique ceiling paintings, Archontiko Ermoupolis offers a warm and authentic atmosphere in Syros’ picturesque capital Ermoupolis. It offers free Wi-Fi in spacious rooms, while it houses a spacious terrace with BBQ and a hot tub. Offering a seating area with decorated ceilings, arm chairs and sofas, the [...] Read More »