the island of flavors is the birthplace of famous poets, like Ioannis Gryparis, Kleanthis Triantafyllou (or Rampagas), and Aristomenis Provelegios, as well as award-winning chefs, like Tselementés.
Apollonía, the capital town of Sífnos (also called Hóra), is built in the shape of an amphitheater over three hills in the center of the island. The narrow streets and the whitewashed houses of Hóra form a beautiful, traditional Cycladic settlement.
During your evening walk, pay a visit to the Folklore Museum at the Hiróon Square (meaning “Square of the Heroes”).
A few kilometers away from the town lies the traditional settlement of Artemónas, famous for its neoclassic mansions and its outstanding panoramic view of the island. Some of the most famous restaurants and patisseries of Sifnos will welcome you here with fresh homemade cookies and hot doughnuts. If you need to spend a relaxing vacation, then Artemónas is the ideal place to book your accommodation.
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