Modest and laid-back, Serifos is an ideal destination for visitors wishing to take a breath away from their hectic lives, offering 72+ beautiful beaches to choose from and being relatively free of excessive tourism.
For those visitors wishing to be immersed in Greek island life, Serifos has quaint little villages to explore, with their charming white-washed houses, narrow island lanes and relaxed atmosphere. Travelers can go on hikes around the island, taking in the beauty of the uncluttered landscape or they can unwind on one of the island’s 72 beaches. If they’re feeling more adventurous, they can dive into cobalt blue waters and visit a Spanish shipwreck.
There are mines to visit, the island’s first winery, where you can taste delectable local wines, and, for the more creative, Kerameio ceramic studio, where visitors older and younger can have fun discovering the joys of pottery making. With its tranquil ambiance, travelers will enjoy the island’s local delicacies, such as marathotiganites (fennel fritters), xinomizithra (a local cheese), louza (pork sausage) and pastaki Serifou (a chocolate pudding).