About SifnosWhen looking for that one of the most beautiful Cycladic islands in Greece then look no further than Sifnos and its exquisite dreamlike quality. Just three hours from Athens by high-speed ferries, Sifnos is easy to get to and you may never want to leave. A string of whitewashed villages, anchored by the capital Apollonia, sit like pearls along the crest of the island. The houses harmoniously woven knitted with the natural landscape even today emphasize the need for the respect of the civilization with which they harmoniously boarded with the passing of the centuries.
Revival of the Ancient Towers' Network
Profitis Eliseos Feast
Profitis Ilias Feast at Troulaki
Profitis Ilias Feast
Panagia Nigiou Feast
Panagia Toso Nero Feast
Sifnos is one of the ten most charming and exotic islands. It’s just a spot on the ocean that someone could hardly notice on a map. Yet if you find yourselves there, you’ll know there’s no other place of equal beauty in the whole world.
- Source: National Geographic
Sifnos, an island of wild beauty yet, at the same time, with a unique nobility. Hugging the sea but sporting steep mountains that stand naked in its midst, Sifnos immediately attracts for the ruggedness of its spectacular scenery.
- Source: Huffington Post
Sifnos has an exquisite dreamlike quality. A string of three whitewashed villages, anchored by the capital Apollonia, sit like pearls along the crest of the island. The changing light kisses the landscape and as you explore the flanking slopes of the central mountains you'll discover abundant terraced olive groves, almond trees, oleander and aromatic herbs. Each of the island's bays harbors a spectrum of aqua waters, and offers breathtaking vistas.
- Source: Lonelyplanet
Trekking Trail 1A: Firogia - Agios Andreas
Visit the Citadel of Ag. Nikitas
Full Day to North Kimolos and North Milos
Full Day of Folegandros
Trekking Trail 10Α: Kalabelas - Panagia Platanissa
Trekking Trail 6B: Firogia - Profitis Ilias
Full Day of Sifnos
Trekking Trail 3: Apollonia - Platis Yialos
Sifnos, the birthplace of Nicholas Tselemendes and other famous chefs, maintains a rich tradition in gastronomy. Until today, it produces grapes and mellow wine, tasty capers, onions, and arid succulent figs, while its abundant groves produce genuine Mediterranean oil. When sitting at the table you cannot miss the smell of the mastelo roast (lamb or goat cooked in the homonymous earthen pot, with red wine and anise, in the wood-fired oven), the chick pea croquettes, the caper salad (dry caper cooked with onions), the manoura (yellow, hard spicy cheese that matures in red wine lees) and the list is endless ...