Sifnos lies in the middle of the Cyclades islands, between Serifos, Kimolos and Antiparos and is about 80 nautical miles from Piraeus. It has a shoreline of 70 km and a population of 2000.
Sifnos was very wealthy in ancient times, thanks to its gold and silver mines. Today, Sifnos offers visitors imposing landscapes, picturesque settlements, beautiful beaches, old monastries, archeological museums and artisan pottery.
Apollonia, also known as Stavri, has been the capital of Siphnos since 1836. The name Apollonia derives from Apollo, meaning a town dedicated to the worship of the God Apollo.
- Beautiful views of the eastern part of the island from Ano Petali village
- Longest beach of Cyclades islands- Platis Yialos
- Swim in Kamares harbour of Sifnos- a deep natural gulf
- Eat fresh fish after a swim next to the islet monastery of Chrysopigi