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Serifos, a hideaway or a meeting-point?

Serifos has it all. It is famous for the relaxed lifestyle and the whitewashed villages. But its port attracts sailing fans and it’s close to Athens, so it’s a popular destination. If you are looking for a place to spend a quiet holiday, book cheap ferry tickets to Serifos through Let's Ferry, preferably in the beginning or the end of summer. Check all the available routes to and from Piraeus and 16 more ports of the Aegean!

Chora of Serifos its awesome .

Must-sees:
Wild but also tranquil, Serifos is full of hills and sandy beaches. Add to that the remains of the mining era, and there you have a not so typical Cycladic destination.

  • Livadi is the main port full of waterfront traditional shops, cafes and bars. You can spend the whole day watching the fishing boats swinging, a perfect way to feel how time stops here.
  • The best time to visit Chora, a traditional Cycladic town, is in the evening. Make yourself comfortable in one of the local taverns and try the tasty louza (pronounced looza) a dry cured ham prepared from the choicest pork cut, the tenderloin. As a dessert, ask for pasteli the famous Greek honey-sesame bars. 
  • The view from the Venetian castle and the chapel of Agios Konstantinos is literally a top must-see!
  • The castle-like Monastery of Taxiarches hosts many historical items and murals. In the old times it protected the island from pirates. Nowadays, it is one of the best spots on the island to watch an idyllic sunset.
  • The unique scenery of semi-destroyed bridges, wagons and iron rails in Mega Livadi bay could be described as an outdoor mining museum and the hike up to the Throne of Cyclops is a bit tiring but well worth it.

Make Serifos' exploration fun and easy, by booking online low-cost ferry tickets to Serifos at Let's Ferry. Grab the early booking offers which are often made by the ferry companies.

Crystal clear waters in Serifos

Must-dos
In Serifos you can enjoy almost any sport from hiking and swimming to diving!

  • The waters of Serifos and the shipwrecks that lie under, make the island a popular diving destination. Dive into Mega Livadi to see some rusty wagons and in Kalogeros bay to discover the shipwreck of a steamship.
  • Find a local boat owner and ask him to show you the 72 beaches Serifians take so much pride in. The most popular are Vagia, Platis Gialos, Ganema, and Psili Ammos which in 2003 was awarded as the best beach in Europe by Sunday Times.
  • The only way to fully explore Serifos is through the numerous hiking trails that will lead you to small villages or secluded beaches. Take a map, put on your comfort shoes and let the adventure start.
Diving in crystal clear waters of Serifos


Tip:
Visit the mines to know more about this significant part of history of Serifos.
The island is connected to Piraeus and a lot more Cycladic islands like Andros, Ios, Kithnos, Sifnos, etc. At letsferry.com you can compare all ticket fares and available routes and chose what ferry ticket to Serifos fits you best–keep in mind that there are no extra charges!