Syros Island - Cyclades - Greece

Travel Guide

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Villa Elena Rooms

Villa Elena Logo

Syros and particularly Ermoupoli, during its history was a meeting place and a crossing of traditions and customs from the whole Greece. The refugees that they built this city with their few belongings, they took with them the civilization and the culture of their countries.

So welcome to the lady of the Aegean sea and the capital of Cyclades, ERMOUPOLI.
If you want to have a complete visit in the island, then it is necessary to pass by the historical TOWN HALL of Ermoupoli ( a labour of Ernesto Chiller), the theatre APOLLON (reduction of the famous theatre in Milano - Teatro alla Scala), the Saint Nichola's church with the area VAPORIA (a district of rich and ship owners),
the CYCLADIC MUSEUM and many other points of the city near the VILLA ELENA and the historical centre of the city.

Get to know also the social life of the place (market, stores, cafeterias, restaurants, bars, casinos).
In front of the CASINO there is the BUST STATION and the PORT from where you can reach to our rooms without walking up to a single step (250m).
We are in the centre but in a tranquil neighbourhood.
So, have a pleasant stay in a hospitable and clean environment and even if this is your first time here, you are going to feel it like your home.
Now about a quick dive in crystal clear waters, there are also KYMATA and ASTERIA from which the VILLA ELENA is far only 150m.

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Villa Elena Rooms - Contact us
(Rooms: 13)
  • Double room
  • Triple room
  • Town center - Port: 200 m
  • Airport: 1,5 km
  • Bus stop: 30 m
  • Parking: No
  • Pets: --
  • VISA & MasterCard: -- 
  • Open all year
Villa Elena Rooms - Contact us


  • Telephone
  • Refrigerator
  • Roof Ventilator
  • Atomic bathroom
  • Hair Dryer
  • Kitchen
  • Television
  • Air Condition 


  • Fascinating Veranda Garden on the second floor
  • Heating
  • Luggage storage
  • Air conditioning
  • Fax/photocopying



Thursday, 22 March 2018