Sikinos

A tiny island of the Cyclades, between Folegandros and Ios, Sikinos was named after Sikinos, the son of King of Lemnos island,  Thoanta. There are signs of human activity on the island since the Neolithic period.

Sikinos is 41,5 km2 and nowadays has a population of approx. 250. The island has only three settlements Alopronia, Chorio, and Kastro.

Discover Andros

  • The church of Panagia Pantanassa, with its beautiful gold, covered wooden iconostasis
  • The Castle, a fortified settlement from the 15th AD 
  • The Roman mausoleum 
  • The Black Cave

The beaches 

  • Alopronia
  • Aghios Georgiios
  • Dialiskari 
  • Malta 
  • Santorineika 
  • Aghios Panteleimon
  • Ai Yannis

Activities and Events

Although very small, the island offers paths for trekking with a breathtaking view. The local cuisine is simple but delicious with some unique local dishes. And of course, the fish is fresh. 

A place for those who would like to have a taste of a traditional, coming from the past, unspoiled way of life.

 

 

 

 

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