Syros is a Greek island combining Venetian and Cycladic architecture.The history of settlement on Syros goes back at least 5,000 years, to the Early Bronze Age of the Cycladic civilization.It is located 78 nautical miles (144 km) south-east of Athens. The main town is Hermoupoli referring to god Hermes. Hermoupoli is the capital of the island and of the whole Cyclades. It has always been a significant port town, and during the 19th century it was even more significant than Piraeus. 
All rooms and studios come equipped with a mini fridge, digital TV,air-conditioner and hairdryer.There are 3 types of rooms offered for your vaccation , twin-beds room, double-bed room and a studio as you can explore on Room Section. Each overlooks the property’s garden from its furnished balcony.There is also a room with a sea view available. Some accommodations types also have a kitchenette, while baby cots and ironing facilities are available on request. All Pets are also welcome. Guests can catch a bus to explore the island at 21 m away from George Rooms facilities. Syros Port and Airport are 8km away. Free Wi-Fi in your room and in public areas.On-site parking are offered.This property also has one of the top-rated locations in Galissas!
As a visitor in Syros you have a lot of opportunities you must not miss and a few of them are described below.The first thing you have to do is swimming to the crystal waters of Galissas beach,which has been awarded with a blue flag for being one of the most clear beaches of the island.At the top of the bay, there is a very picturesque catholic small church named Saint Pakou that seems to be hovering amidst the colours of the sky and sea, the white and the blue while offering magnificent views to the azure Aegean Sea and the sunset.Access to the chapel is through a path and a small flight of stairs.
    Another must-do activity , is visiting Saint Stefanos chapel which is built at the edge of the mountain.It was built by a fisherman who was saved from the tentacles of a large Octopus after praying to the Saint to help him. It is located a few minutes from Galissas village from where a small path leads to the chapel.You can also reach it by a boat.Saint Stefanos is celebrated on the 19th of August and on December the 26th. Hordes of people visit the chapel to attend the liturgy.
    For the art lovers, Theater Apollon is one of the major attractions of Syros and constitutes an emblem of the island’s cultural heritage. Created in 1864 by the Italian architect Pietro Sampo who was inspired by 4 stunning Italian standards including the Scala di Milano, the theater Apollon adorns the heart of the capital to this day.It is located in Hermoupolis town , a few meters away from the central square.
    If you are also interested about the museums,the archaeological museum of Syros was founded in 1834 and it is one of the oldest museums of Greece.The Museum’s collections include exhibits such as the Amfikypellon, a tubular cup 15 cm in height from the end of the 3rd millennium, a compass, a vase 7 cm in height from the second half of the 3rd millennium, a marble statuette of a female figure 35 cm in height from 730 BC and other artifacts, sculptures and inscriptions from the early Cycladic and Byzantine period.
In order to make your transport pleasurable, you can hire a vehicle from Moto Rent George facility, with the best prices,located at the same place with the rooms facility.