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is a beautiful unspoiled island, bare rocky with a gentle country in the south east.
Quietness, great walks and crystal clear waters put Sikinos in picture.
Oinoe (wine island) was Sikinos' name in Classical Greece. Today local pure honey is the product you
Sikinos - Alopronia
There are ferry links with Piraeus and Lavrio. Sikinos is also connected with Paros, Naxos,
Milos, Sifnos, Serifos, Santorini, Therassia, Anafi.
Getting Around -
A bus services the rout from the Capital to the port (Alopronia). Caiques are also leaving Alopronia to
Agios Georgios, Agios Nikolaos and Gialiskari beaches. The rest of the transport can be
made on foot or on donkey.
There are tavernas and cafes.
Wide sandy beach
Consisting of many caves
Sikinos is a settlement which is divided into two villages: Kastro which is the largest and the
the unspoiled picturesque Hora. Kastro with its maze lanes is
one of the most authentic with an outstanding beauty, villages in Cyclades. Hora is superb with a trail of windmills.
Panagia Pantanassa church has an excellent temple and beautiful meta-byzantine icons.
Zoodohos Pigi Monastery is overlooking the main town and gives the impression of a castle.
North-east from Hora is the Monastery of Chrissopigi (20 minutes walk) with excellent view.
The Folk Museum is the family home of an American ex-pat and it has an olive press and local
is one hour walk from Hora, is a place where elements of an ancient temple-tomb have been converted in the 7th century
to Koimisis tis Theotokou church. The church was remodelled in the 17th century after an
earthquake and now is called Moni Episkopi.