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Ermoupolis Marina, Syros Island, Greece
Ermoupolis Marina is a local port situated in the city with the same name on the banks of the Aegean Sea. Its location is perfect, allowing you access to the many surrounding gulfs and the countless activities that you can experience. While walking on the city streets, we suggest visiting the outstanding Church of Saint Nicholas and its superb chapel. The magnificent paintings and beautiful altars inside will amaze you with great colours and unique style. Restaurants in the area serve traditional fish dishes and the world famous Greek Gyros and Souvlaki. Enjoy a unique culinary experience in one of these beautiful venues: Taverna Lilis and Kouzina Restaurant. Hotels in this marvellous area will transform a mere holiday into a superb Greek adventure with their incredible charm and impressive Venetian style Architecture. Relax and taste exotic beverages on the splendid terraces of these fine establishments: Diogenis Hotel, Nisaki Hotel, Syrou Melathron and Hotel Ploes.
Facilities of Ermoupolis Marina
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Ermoupolis Marina : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Syros Island
Syros (/ˈsaɪrɒs, -roʊs/; Greek: Σύρος) known also as Siros or Syra is an island located in the Aegean Sea, found among the Cyclades, at mere 78 nautical miles south-east of Athens. Owing much of its particular allure to the architecture, with Venetian and Neoclassical touch, the island is a spectacular holiday destination luring in tourists and dazzling them with scenic spots and majestic constructions, especially in Ermoupolis, the capital.
Most the island is unspoiled by commercial tourism, due to the fact that a large portion of its inhabitants earn their living in the textile, dairy farm and similar industries. This fact conveniently overlaps in making Syros an ideal destination for those looking for a traditional Greek holiday spot, all the while socially active community. Most towns of Syros are petite yet bloom with absolute beauty. They are clearly a unique combination of the Venetian and the Cycladic architectural style.
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