Syros Ferry Tickets
This baronial island of Cyclades is in the center of the complex, enchanting visitors with its unique beauties.
Syros, the capital of Cyclades islands, is the ideal destination for short or long vacation, as it offers various options of activities, entertainmnt and touring. Being close to Piraeus’ port (80n.m.) and its frequent connection with it, make it popular to lovers of travelling.
Touring around the island can be full of surprises. As you walk through the inland you see infertile hilly bulks giving their place to fertile plains and cosmopolitan beaches giving their place to small, isolated coves.
Villages with traditional architecture and coastal resorts with imposing mansions, reveal the uniqueness of this island.
Syros is a cosmopolitan island, with tourist development. Options for entertainment satisfy all tastes. Apart from bars and clubs with live music, there’s a cinema and a theater in the island. While for those wanting to challenge their luck, Casino is there waiting for them. As for accommodation, options are many.
There are hotels and rooms to let in Ermoupoli and in the other tourist resorts, affordable for everyone.
Syros has an extend of 86sq.km and characterizes for the alteration of sceneries. Syros or Syra, as people call her, adjoins from the northeastern part to the south with Andros, Tinos, Mykonos, Naxos and Paros. From the southwestern part to the west with Sifnos, Serifos, Kithnos and Kea.
As the ship approaches the port of Ermoupolis, the first trade port of Greece, you understand why everyone call her “Lady”. The capital of the island and of Cyclades district is built in an amphitheatrical way. The baronial neoclassic buildings, the well-saved mansions of past century, the imposing churches and the traditional settlements, are the first picture to fill your sight.
Armeos or Agia Pakou
Markos Vamvakaris Museum
Police: +30 22810 96154
Airport: +30 22810 87025
Port Authority: +30 22810 88888
General Hospital: +30 228103 60500
Bus station: +30 22810 82575
TAXI: +30 22810 86222
Markos Vamvakaris Museum: +30 22810 84761
Apollon Theatre: +30 22810 85192