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The Serene Charm of Sikinos

There are many islands in the Cyclades, all of the them with beautiful sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, but each one having its own unique characteristics. In Sikinos, it is its serene charm that wins over the visitor. Sikinos...

Τomb of “Prominent Woman” Unearthed in Greece's Sikinos

A tomb of a prominent woman was unearthed in Episkopi, Sikinos, during restoration work being carried out for the Episkopi Monument, which the Ministry of Culture and Sports has worked on, along with the Ephorate of Antiquities of Cyclades,...

Sikinos First Greek Island to Say No to Plastic Straws

The Municipality of Sikinos, along with the Sea Change ecology organization and the Aikaterini Laskaridis Foundation, will be banishing the use of plastic straws on the island, according to Naxospress.gr. Under the new ecological program, the island municipality, businesses and...

Greece's Cyclades Islands Third Best Place to Relax in 2018

(Sikinos) Greece's Cyclades islands are the third best destination in the world for calm and relaxation, according to a Time Magazine feature. As 2017 was a very difficult year for the whole world, full of stress for most, Time magazine suggests...

Greek Reporter Journalist, Babis Petrakis, Honored in Sikinos Island

Greek Reporter and Star Channel journalist Babis Petrakis was honored in a ceremony in Sikinos for his reports on the Aegean island. Petrakis through a series of broadcasts for Star Channel highlighted the natural beauty as well as the problems...

Sikinos' Captain Bids Impressive Farewell to Summer Season Amid Dives and Manoeuvres [video]

Local residents from the Cycladic island of Sikinos - between more popular island hotspots Ios and Folegandros - bid farewell to summer with their traditional diving into the backwaves of the Adamantios Korais passenger boat. As the last tourists...

Foreigner Families Charmed by Sikinos

It seems that Sikinos, a small Greek island in the southern Cyclades, has charmed many Germans, Norwegians and Swedish, who have bought abandoned houses and renovated them to enjoy the island’s serenity in spring and autumn. About 15 foreigner families...

Sikinos’s Priests are Multitalented

Sikinos, a small island in the Cyclades, has every reason to be proud of its two priests. Father Spyridon Vourlakos, served at the age of 16 at the Hellenic Navy and worked as a cook on ships to help...