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Hermoupolis is a city of a particular charm, whether the impressive City Hall by the architect Ernst Ziller, or the iconic La Scala opera house. Built in 1821 by Asian Minor refugees on two hills, the city has a turbulent history and background. In the 19th century Hermoupolis was the cultural and industrial centre of Greece.
The streets of the city with the beautiful villas of the former merchants and ship-owners, the museums, the modern Aegean University, as well as the numerous annual festivals and events are the evidence of a rich past and a living present!



Discover the fascinating underwater world of the Cyclades with experienced, professional instructors! Explore the numerous reefs and underwater caves, visit a sunken wreck off the coast of the hotel and enjoy the harmony!



On Syros you have the opportunity to take sailing lessons in the off-season.
You want to overtake your sailboat?
Syros is the center of the Cyclades for a thorough overhaul and repair of sailboats. While you relax in our hotel, one of the special workshops in Hermoupolis cares for your boat.
Or you interrupt your Cycladic trip for a few days to relax in our suites.
At the marina of Hermoupolis or Finika you can moor on Syros for it.


Off road – four-wheel drive

Rent a jeep and explore the remote corners of the island. Small mountain chapels, mountain villages, isolated sunsets and sunrises: Find your favorite spot on the island.



Especially in spring and autumn Syros is a hiker’s paradise! Many marked trails lead you across the island. From the mountains you have an unforgettable view of the Aegean Sea and neighboring island! After a hike, enjoy the diversity of the Greek cuisine in a cozy tavern of the island.


Boat trips

From the small fishing village of Kini are offered boat trips to the uninhabited sandy beaches of Grammata, ideal for swimming and picnicking.


Day trips

From Syros you will have the opportunity to do day trips to nearby islands like Tinos, Mykonos and Delos, and see the local sights.
The ferries hold regular arrivals and departures to other Cycladic destinations.