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Kamares Marina, Sifnos Island, Greece
Kamares Marina is a large port situated in the city with the same name on the Greek coastline, on Sifnos Island. Enjoy sunbathing on the island’s gorgeous sandy beaches like Chrissopigi, Kamares beach and Faros beach and snorkelling in the shallow waters or experience an adrenaline rush on a Ski Jet or a board while windsurfing the waters of Apokoftos Beach or Dialiskari Beach. You can rent a car and visit some of the 227 churches situated on the island, the most important being Monastery of Chrissopighi and The Church of Seven Martyrs. Also, don’t miss a walk through the picturesque village of Kastro or the old fishing villages of Vathy and Faros. Taste delicious food and exquisite seafood dishes in the best restaurants: Absinthe, Camaron Restaurant, Claudio's Italian Restaurant and Boulina's Kitchen. The finest hotels in the city will pamper you with their cheerful staff and impeccable services. Book a luxurious room in Villa Areto, Hotel Boulis, Xerolithia and Delfini.
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Cancellation Policy of Kamares Marina : restrictive
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Attractions in Sifnos Island
The charming island of Sifnos (Greek: Σίφνος), known for its Cycladic architecture, golden sand and deep blue waters lies in the Cyclades group, between Serifos and Milos and 130 kilometers from Piraeus, the main port of Athens. Home to 2,242 inhabitants, it is a small but cosmopolite island which will amaze you and your loved ones. Despite the fact that there has been a boom in construction over the last few years, Sifnos has managed to maintain its authentic feel and harmoniously blend tourist facilities with traditional elements, resulting in a highly attractive holiday destination.
Sifnos has a long, prosperous history and archaeological evidence indicates that the island was within the Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Cycladic civilization. In ancient times the island was very wealthy, due to the mining of gold, silver and lead from as early as the 3rd millennium BC. Furthermore, remains of ancient mines are still to be seen, mos... more info
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