Archaeological Museum of Syros

The Museum of Syros is one from the older archaeological museums of Greece. It was founded in 1834-35 and is accommodated today in the Municipal Palace of Ermoupolis, important monument, that was drawn by known architect E. Tsiller. The Museum of Syros, was initially founded as central protectoral the Cyclades, because Syros is the capital […]

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Piskopeio

After the establishment of Hermoupolis (1830), Episkopio became a holiday resort where the merchants of Syros had their cottages built. It is the closest to Hermoupolis holiday resort and one of the greenest areas of the island.   The road to Piskopio passes from the hill Sklipi where one can see the estate and the […]

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Parakopi

Leaving Pagos, one notices that the landscape changes. Reaching the settlement of Parakopi, one can see pine trees, pistachio trees and fruit trees, well kept gardens and wells. Impressive cottages and small stone towers among the trees indicate that the area had been inhabited by the high class of the island during that period.

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Pagos

Seven km from the capital, we meet the settlement of Pagos, a genuine agricultural area in the interior of the island. Fertile soil, vineyards, cultivation of trees and a lot of green houses are the characteristics of the settlement, which maintains till today old popular customs. Paul Cooper’s passage from Pagos initiated a new era. […]

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Chroussa

It 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 […]

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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 […]

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Ano Syros

Built from the Venetians in the hill of Saint Georgio, that is the continuation of north-western of the Ermoupolis, the Ano Syra maintains all medieval enchanting atmospheres. Your innumerable steps lead you in the top, between closely streets with white houses with coloured doors creating another state. In the medievally settlement of Ano Syra, they […]

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Konstantza Studios & Apartments

Konstantza rooms

In the heart of Ermoupolis are found the apartments  "Konstantza". In a traditional settlement  that created the refugees 1829, named Xirokampos. In order to visit the unique neoclassical Ermoupoli, you can have a wonderful walking through the historical churchof Metamorphosis, and other cultural monuments.  Our rooms provide the possibility of access in the medieval settlement of Ano […]

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Aegean Balcony Rooms

Aegean Balcony rooms

The "Aegean Balcony" constitutes the ideal solution for couples that wish to enjoy calm interruptions with view of immense light blue Aegean. The magical view to the sea is unique giving the occasion in the visitor to see the neighbouring islands Tino, Delos, Paros and Naxos. The settlement has many sights that worth to see, […]

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Short history of Syros

The Syra is found in the central point of Cyclades and as it is proved by the archaeological researches, first accommodated in the prehistoric season, (4.000 p.H.) and later at the ProtoKikladiki period (3.000 eg) The first historical report becomes from Omiros that he reports the island as "Syrii" and he called it from then […]

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