Do you want a real Mediterranean vacation to relax after the busy workdays? Besides time spent on the beach, you’d like some unique adventure? On the island of Syros several programs, music, and seaside pastimes are waiting for you, to make your vacation even more special.
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Location of Syros

Syros is an island on the Aegean Sea in Greece. It’s a member of the Cyclades and it lies south of Andros. About 21 507 residents live in its 84 km2 area.

History of Syros

The findings revealed through digs prove that the area was already inhabited from the bronze age. In the 5th century, BC Phoenicians settled down here. Syros had a great number of Roman Catholic residents in the middle age. Monks and Jesuits came to the island in the 17th and 18th century. At this time sailing and trade were the most significant industries of the region. At the time of the war for independence, thousands of refugees came to Syros from the islands attacked by the Turks. They brought their Greek Orthodox beliefs with them. At the same time, the trade of the region had an uplift, which made Syros the economic, naval, and cultural canter of Greece in the 19th century. The significance of the island’s industrial yacht building sector has decreased. In terms of the textile industry, gardening, service, and tourism, however, it became an important area.

Beaches in Syros

The most popular beaches in Syros are in the southern part of the island. Some of them are sandy, and some have a pebbly surface, but what they have in common is the crystal clear water washing their shores. Most beaches are accessible by car or boat from Ermoupolis, and by boat from nearby towns and islands. Rent a boat Syros.

Galissas beach:

The Galissas is the most popular holiday resort in Syros. It lies about 5 km from Ermoupolis, the capital of the island. It’s actually a small gulf, where the water is safe, so it’s ideal for families with small children. The shore is covered in golden sand and the trees along it provide some sunshade as well. The beach won the Blue Flag Award, which represents the cleanness and quality of the water. It’s really popular among surfers and other sports opportunities are waiting for tourists too.

Megas Gialos beach:

The Megas Gialos is a popular tourist center, which attracts many visitors from day to day. The beach is 12 km south of the city of Ermoupouli. Besides crystal clear water beautiful golden sand and the cooling shadow of trees provide pleasant relaxation. You can find numerous restaurants and bars on Megas Gialos, which add up to your quality vacation.

Poseidonia beach:

The Poseidonia is a well-equipped, pleasant beach on the southern part of the island. Several touristic establishments, such as accommodation, cafes, and bars are waiting for visitors with an amazing view of the Aegean Sea. In front of the shore, the small islands of Stroggylo and Schinonissi provide a picturesque landscape. Visit this charming beach from the water by boat.

Main sights in Syros

It’s no doubt that besides the beautiful wonders of nature, Syros also has an important cultural heritage. One of the best examples of that is the Apollon Theatre, which was built by Pietro Sambo, an Italian architect in 1864. It’s a home for several events and theatre plays. It’s worth visiting the Ano Syros, or Upper Syros, the Roman Catholic quarter. Stairs go up to the top of the hill, where there’s a breathtaking view of the island, and you can also see the nearby cathedral. One of Greece’s oldest archaeological museums is on the Ermoupolis Miaouli square. It has a fantastic collection to show the region’s rich history. There are many islands nearby such as Mykonos, Delos, Milos or Santorini. Don’t forget to visit these on a yacht.

Weather of Syros

The Greek coast has a Mediterranean climate. The air of the country is very clean and dry from spring to early autumn. There’s a lot of sunshine, while the amount of rain usually decreases from the west to the east. In summer, we almost never see any clouds in the sky. Rain is practically an unknown guest in the summer months. The sea can heat up to 23-25 °C from June to August. Even in October, it’s still 23 °C. The area of Greece is constantly windy, these winds, however, are always changing. The wind that dominates the summer months is called Meltemi. From June, it blows from the northwest and the northeast. It reaches its full strength, from 5 to 8 on the Beaufort scale, in July and August.

The sea-wind comes in late September or early October, which blows from the southeast and the southwest. It’s a specifically southern wind, that dominates mostly in spring and fall with a strength of 2 to 4. Due to Greece’s typical winds, it’s most rewarding to plan a sailing route from the south to the north in spring and autumn, and from the north to the south in summer. The waving is preferable compared to the Croatian archipelago since there’s a greater distance between the Greek islands. The current flows counterclockwise in the Eastern Mediterranean Basin, and northward along the Turkish coast. The water flows southward on the Eastern Greek coasts, but from the west side of the Peloponnese Peninsula northern current dominates..

Cabin charter Syros

The port of Syros has a daily connection to Piraeus, and at least two ferryboats run there in the morning and afternoon. The port is also connected to other parts of the Cyclades and Dodkanai. The Finikas Port is also on the island, which is reserved for smaller boats. It’s a safe and well-equipped anchorage popular among yacht owners and renters. The length of the whole embankment is 110 m and 4 m is the average depth. Its capacity depending on the boat size is a maximum of 40 boats. The island of Syros offers a truly unforgettable vacation. Be the lover of history, sports, or sea, you’ll find anything inevitable for a quality holiday. In addition to exciting programs, and summer pastimes, don’t forget to try local gastronomy and traditional dishes as well. Find yacht routes in Greece or choose another cabin charter in Greece.

Weather in Syros

The climate diagrams are based on 30 years of hourly weather model simulations. They give good indications of typical climate patterns and expected conditions (temperature, precipitation, sunshine, and wind). The “mean daily maximum” (solid red line) shows the maximum temperature of an average day for every month for Syros. Likewise, the “mean daily minimum” (solid blue line) shows the average minimum temperature.

Wind rose in Syros
Wind speed in Syros

The wind rose for Syros shows how many hours per year the wind blows from the indicated direction. The diagram for Syros shows the days per month, during which the wind reaches a certain speed.

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Day 1. Ermoupolis (Syros) – Tinos 22, 05 km (13, 70 mi), Day 2. Tinos – Mykonos 17, 04 km (10, 59 mi), Day 3. Mykonos – Naxos 41, 18 km (25, 59 mi), Day 4. Naxos – Parikia (Paros) 29, 26 km (18, 18 mi), Day 5. Parikia (Paros) – Kithnos 84, 68 km (52, 62 mi), Day 6. Kithnos – Kea 36, 71 km (22, 81 mi), Day 7. Kea – Sounion – Kalamaki-Alimos Marina (Athen) 69, 06 km (42, 91 mi).

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