Top things to do in Serifos

Top Choice Cycladic in Hora (Serifos)


Halfway up the hill between Livadi and Hora, signposted on the right, Aloni gives splendid panoramas and an upscale feel. Islanders rate it among Serifos’ best, with local produce (roasted meat, rabbit in lemon sauc…
Mediterranean in Livadi


On the road behind the waterfront, Metalleio dishes up quality cuisine from a short menu emphasising local flavours: risotto with local goat’s cheese, veal in local wine sauce, and locally-made ice cream. Come midni…
Cafe in Hora (Serifos)

Stou Stratou

Sitting postcard-pretty in the main square, Stou Stratou has a menu full of art and poetry (literally), plus it serves good breakfasts and light snacks such as fennel pie or a mixed plate of cold cuts and cheese. Co…
Seafood in Serifos


One of two seafront taverns on the placid Megalo Livadi Beach, the excellent seafront Kyklopas taverna specialises in freshly grilled local catch and delicious wild-fennel dumplings. Legend has it that the Cyclops' …
Bar in Livadi

Anemos Café

Above the Carrefour supermarket, Anemos’ broad terrace offers top views of the marina and distant Hora. The proprietors are friendly, snacks and coffees are good and cheap, and it gets hopping around boat arrivals.
Bar in Livadi

Yacht Club Serifos

Livadi's original waterfront cafe-bar (going back to 1938) maintains a cheerful buzz. Lounge music plays by day for coffee drinkers, with mainstream rock, disco and funk late into the night.
Taverna in Serifos

To Akrogiali tou Vitou

To Akrogiali, just above one of Serifos' best beaches and one of the only signs of development for miles, serves delicious fresh fish and excellent takes on Greek standards.
Seafood in Livadi


White tables on the water’s edge with gregarious waiters and delicious home-cooking, much of it with a fresh-fish focus.
Museum in Hora (Serifos)

Archaeological Collection

Hora is home to this modest museum displaying fragments of mainly Hellenic and Roman sculpture excavated from the kastro. Exhibits are sparse and the museum tiny, but it’s a pleasure to visit. Panels in Greek and En…