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SYROS EVENTS

Local Catholic & Orthodox Feasts June: 24 Reenactment of the custom of Kleidonas and burning of the May wreath – Former Elementary School of Faneromeni at Chroussa. 30 Iera Kardia Christou at Galissas (Catholic). July: 12 Ayios Benedictos at Sa Mihali, Apano Meria (Catholic). 18 Ayia Marina at Kini (Catholic). 18 Panayia Orous Karmilou at […]

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BEACHES OF SYROS

Agathopes: organized, cosmopolitan shaded beach, with water sports facilities. Azolimnos: organized, shaded sand beach on the eastern coast with tavernas and bars. Ampela: sand and pebble beach on southern coast. Armeos or Ayia Pakou: secluded off the left cove at Galissas beneath Ayia Pakou hill, is preferred by naturists. Ahladi: organized, shaded beach on southern […]

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SIGHTS OF SYROS

Ermoupolis: Plateia Miaouli is marked by a bust of the revolutionary hero Andreas Miaoulis (1889) and a marble bandstand (1907) with depictions of Apollo and Muses in relief. Ermoupolis City Hall is one of the largest municipal seats in Greece. This architectural gem was designed by the Bavarian court architect Ernst Ziller. Groundbreaking for the […]

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ABOUT SYROS

Syros, with 20,000 inhabitants, has the largest population of all the Cyclades islands. It covers an area of 84 square kilometers. The island’s capital is Ermoupolis, which is also the administrative seat of the Cyclades and home to a range of public services such as courts, fire department, chamber of commerce, customs, tax service, and […]

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