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Long sandy beaches, whitewashed houses and traditional Cycladic villages complete this island’s irresistible charm. Serifos Town, known by the locals as Chora is a picturesque village, located on the top of the hill above the main marina. Take an evening stroll up the hill - at the top you will be rewarded with spectacular views across the Aegean Sea. Some of the finest beaches in the region can be found on Serifos - crystal clear waters, sheltered coves and many only reached by your boat.view yachts
A mountainous island, steeped in history, with its first inhabitants arriving in 3000 BC. Here you’ll find an abundant landscape of terraced olive groves and fruit and almond trees. The island is home to some 365 churches and several ancient monasteries. Today, Sifnos is well known for producing its iconic pottery - the unique jars and pots acting as a trademark for the island.
Located in the north west Aegean, Kea is one of the largest islands of the Cyclades with stunning beaches, archaeological wonders and quaint traditional Greek villages. Take an afternoon to wander through the island’s network of ancient paths, passing olive groves, fruit trees and almond trees. Pisses offers excellent snorkelling and is the best beach on the island for an afternoon swim whilst watching the sun set over the horizon.view yachts