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In the centre of western Cyclades, between Kythnos and Sifnos, where light of the blue Aegean meets red rocks and white of the houses.Serifos invites the traveller to get to know the place and its people, to find calm and relaxation in golden coasts and to take place in the rhythms of the island's way of life. Serifos is a small island of Cyclades that impresses its visitors with its wild beauty of mountainous volumes and its enchanting traditional settlement of Hora. With an extent of 75 square kilometres, length of coasts of 70 km and 1200 roughly permanent residents, Serifos maintains intact its authentic island colour, since it has accomplished to remain outside intense tourist growth like other Aegean islands. Its capital is the beautiful Hora of Serifos, built panoramically on the top of an abrupt rock, with a Venetian castle on the top that gazes at the light blue Aegean. The port of Hora, at a distance of 5 km to the south, is Livadi, a picturesque settlement that is stretched out in a well protected by the north winds gulf, where you can swim in a splendid sandy beach. In order to really get to know Serifos you owe to walk in its paths, which lead to many bays and sandy beaches. Serifos is a natural balcony in the Aegean with views to all surrounding islands - Kythnos, Syros, Paros, Sifnos, Kimolos, Milos.