Serifos belongs to the Cyclades ….. Just 4 1/2 hours by ferry and 2 1/2 hours by speedboat, in the Aegean Sea emerges as a luminous painting Serifos, more than ready to be drunk with beauty of its blue waters. Meet us with the beaches where Psili sand was awarded as the first of Europe’s best beaches. The whole island is 52 nautical miles in total. It consists of 72 splendid beaches, of which only 15 are accessible by car. One of the best inaccessible beaches on the island is Kendarhos …… It was named after the ancient word Kalliston and not unfairly.
Perched on the northeastern side of Serifos, on a green valley, with its white houses, the small square, its beautiful alleys and its many pigeons, it looks like a painting on the mountain. The original location of the settlement was higher but was destroyed by pirates raids.
In his current position, Kentarhos was built during the 1821 revolution.
In the settlement there are ruins of a vaulted tomb, “Tholos”, as it is said by the locals, of a Roman centurion or otherwise “Kentarhos”, hence his second name.
Also from here begins a path with stone steps that crosses the ravine and ends after about 20 minutes on the homonymous beautiful beach with the deep blue waters.
Energy, gorgeous waters at first glance, you understand that this is a mythical and heavenly place.
The Κalo Ampeli is still a separate beach, relatively difficult to access since it takes about 20 minutes to walk on a footpath. It has a golden sand with large rocks scattered in and out of the sea suitable for diving. The bottom is sandy and from the left side of the beach you can find little bays.
Known beaches are also Livadakia, Ganema and Vagia in the south, Maliadikiko, Megalo Livadi and Avesalos to the west, Sykamia, Platys Gialos and Dio Yaloudia to the north and Psili Ammos, Agios Sostis, Agios Ioannis and Lia to the east. The island has three main asphalt roads. The first one leads from Livadi to Chora. After Chora the road is branched out. One road covers the northern and eastern part of the island (northern peripheral) and the other south-eastern (southern peripheral). Both branches turn cyclically from the south to Livadi. Near Serifos there are the Serifopoula islets in the north and the Bosnian in the east.
Come and organize your sea trip together on the dreamy beaches of Serifos and not only ………