Faros village in Sifnos

The traditional village of Faros Sifnos, which in the past-served as the main area of the communicative and commercial needs of the island, nowadays it constitutes the quiet and picturesque fisherman’s village which is protected from the Aegean winds from its three (3) capes.

Nearby beaches

The “Cape Napos Hotel” complex is only 1 km far from the three (3) gorgeous beaches of Faros: Fasolou, Glyfo, Faros.

Additionally, the secluded and rocky coast which is located only 200m. far from the complex (a trail of 200m.), offers total privacy and enjoyment.

The beach of Fasolou in Sifnos
The church of Chrysopigi in Sifnos
Worth visiting

One of the most famous paved paths of Sifnos starts from Glyfo and leads to the beach Apokofto and to Chrysopigi. En route, you will pass the old mine facilities and the loading ladder of the metal ores on ships. At the entrance of the gulf of Chrysopigi, you shall see the "Stone Ship", a rocky island with the old monastery of Virgin Mary of Chrysopigi (1650), the patroness of Sifnos.