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Syros Guide

Hermoupolis, Syros

Lovers of the elusive 'real Greece' pretty much all agree that the island of Syros is a special place. The town of Hermoupolis is the capital of the Cyclades and one of the most architecturally fascinating ports in the Mediterranean, a living museum with some of the most beautiful 19th Century buildings in Greece.  It is also one of the most cosmopolitan towns in the Greek islands. Seaside villages like Kini offer low-key holidays on beautiful beaches without the lines of beach chairs and umbrellas, nor the throbbing endless disco beat you will find blasting at the over-exploited beaches on some of the more popular islands. Syros is a real Greek Island, fun to visit any time of the year.

Syros, Greece
Overview of Syros

Hermoupolis, Syros
A Visit to Syros

Hermes Hotel Syros
Syros Hotels

Kini, Syros
Syros Photo Album

Syros 1963
Syros Sixties Photos

Markos Vamvakaris

Fantasy Travel
Travel Agencies

Matt Greek Island
Matt's Create an Itinerary Form

Syros, Greece
Cruises Including Syros

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