Location Syros Greece

The central location of the island made Syros one of the most important ports in the Eastern Mediterranean during the 19th century, soon turning it into the commercial, administrative and cultural center of the Cyclades island complex.
Hermoupolis still resembles an open-air museum, a live monument of neoclassical architecture with relics and cultural treasures worth discovering.

Ano Syros is the medieval settlement of Syros. It was founded in 1200 by the Venetians and continued to be inhabited throughout the course of history while maintaining its Catholic and medieval character. 
It is a classical cycladic medieval settlement that is densely built with narrow roads, circular order and a radial street plan.[4] The overall effect reminds a fortified citadel. Ano Syros is inhabited by Catholic Greeks.
Syros island is suitable for any photo or cinema production.
The big advantage of the region is that it has an incredible urban environment neoclassical of Ermoupolis city and medieval of Ano Syros with colours of the Cyclades islands and coastal villages and beautiful beaches.
Also the North West of the island is protected and integrated in the Natura program for the natural beauty of fauna and flora.
Small coves with secluded sandy beaches without access by roads (only with a boats and paths)

Syros is a unique place of everlasting historical tradition and culture.

Hermoupolis is the main port of the island connected daily with the ports of Piraeus, Rafina, Cyclades and the North Aegean Sea.
The island’s airport is situated at a distance of 3 kilometers and offers direct flights to Athens (about 20min flying trip).
One other way to come in Syros is from Mykonos International Airport and by boat from port of Mykonos (1hour about).

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