Capital of the Cyclades, Syros offers a choice between a large port city crowned with an old labyrinthine town, beautiful beaches and a very wild hinterland.

We have created 360-degree strolls, city side, in Ermoupoli and (as a world premiere) in Ano Syros, and, beach side, in Finikas, on the west coast.

As in all our other panoramic creations, we have integrated virtual tours of local companies that we personally recommend.

Syros is one of our favorite islands, you can expect new developments in 2020!

The capital of Syros is actually a double city: the lower part, where the port is located, is Ermoupolis, while the whole old town, stepped on the slopes of the highest hill, is Ano Syros, a picturesque maze of alleys and stairs. It's rather steep, but it's a must visit!
Seen from the outside, the famous Apollon Theater looks very austere. The enchantment begins when you walk in...
A very comfortable renovated hotel, overlooking a square where you will find a bus station, taxis, cafes and a bakery.
Ermoupoli is one of the most fascinating cities of the Cyclades. While Piraeus was still a fishing village, the port of Syros was the largest in Greece. Crowned by the old town of Ano Syros, Ermoupoli and its marble streets are a must for any trip to the Cyclades.
Ethrion Hotel is located in one of the most historic spots of Ermoupolis, where resided the old French consulate, in a quiet pedestrian alley.
Finikas is one of the most popular seaside destinations of Syros. Named after the ancient Phoenicians who used it as a port protected from the north winds, it is the second natural port of the island after the port of Ermoupolis.
Beautiful and comfortable apartments for your stay in one of the most famous seaside resorts of Syros. Quiet and close to the village and the beaches.
An excellent restaurant very close to Miaoulis Square. A large shaded terrace and a beautiful vaulted room.
When you get off the ferry, cross the road and take a few dozen meters to the right to find this travel agency that offers many services.
The Pictorial Guide of the Cyclades

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