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Sail southwest from Syros to rugged Serifos, another charming and picturesque island in the stunning crystal clear waters of the famed Aegean Sea. The coastline and green mountain slopes of the island are dotted with lovely fishing villages and there are some extraordinary rock formations, some of them said to resemble the human form, waiting to be explored.

Serifos Town – also known as Chora – sits on the hill above Livadi Bay and its whitewashed stone houses make for every bit as stunning a picture-perfect Greek mountain village as you will find anywhere in these islands. The town has four beautiful churches and the ruins of a medieval castle that are worth exploring, as well as its own Archaeological and Folklore Museums, both of which give a good insight into the history and traditions of the Cyclades.

You can reach Serifos Town either by bus or on foot from Livadi. Livadi itself, on the shores of Livadi Bay, is the main port and a busy resort town offering plenty of bars, restaurants and nightlife to visiting charterers in search of some onshore distraction. Livadi also has good beaches and whether you are in search of a sweep of golden sand with organised watersports or a secluded cove with nothing laid on beyond your book, an occasional dip and a cold beer from the fridge you will find it on a Serifos boat charter.

To the west there are quiet bays and scenic coves that are perfect for a relaxing afternoon of swimming and snorkelling in pristine blue waters. Koutalas Bay has a castle and a Hellenic white tower to explore and is a particularly lovely anchorage.



  • Some moorings are available. You can anchor in Livadi Bay below Serifos Town and at Koutalas Bay. Dinghy dockage is available.

To Do:

  • Explore Serifos Town
  • Watersports at Livadi


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