An island of over 25,000 permanent inhabitants the most densely populated island of the Cycladic complex. Syros is enjoying an ideal climate characteristic of the Mediterranean with mild winters and warm, dry summers with averages of 30 oC and above during the warmest months. As every other Cycladic island, Syros, during July and August, is exposed to the north-westerly meltemi wind which provides a respite from the heat.
Syros offers its visitors a plethora of treasures to discover, scenic villages lying over majestic hills or on its sandy shores, refreshing beaches with crystal waters, local agricultural products of pure taste and a town resembling a small city. Syros is the legal and administrative centre of the entire Archipelagos, the eleventh biggest Cycladic Island with a central position within the Cyclades and a coastline of 87 km and a centre reminiscent of a living museum with an indulging casino. Also, the prominent University of the Aegean, proficient hospital facilities, exciting museums, theatre and galleries and an abundance of shops, restaurants, café, bars and nightclubs create the lively atmosphere of a vivid destination all year long.