Sifnos Yacht Charters

Explore island Sifnos on your luxury yacht charter in Greece

Sifnos islandCalled the “island of flavors,” Sifnos is a culinary destination unlike any other. A typical Cycladic island, Sifnos is draped with traditional architecture, tranquil coastlines, local taverns and verdant, rolling hills.

Dotted with diverse and picturesque villages, like Kastro, and more than 200 beautiful churches – including the Monastery of Chrissopighi and the Church of the Seven Martyrs – Sifnos has a relaxing, and yet familiar, vibe.

The birthplace of award-winning Mediterranean chefs, Sifnos has become known for its local fare and traditional and modern taverns, bars and pastry shops. The ideal combination of all of Greece’s best qualities, from its beautiful landscape to its welcoming vibe, Sifnos is the perfect destination for every type of yacht charter in Greece.

Sail your private charter yacht to Sifnos today for a weekend in Greece you’ll never forget.

Things to Do and See on Sifnos

Apollonia: Built in the shape of an amphitheater, and encompassing three hills in the center of the island, Apollonia is the capital of Sifnos. It is home to narrow streets lined with picturesque whitewashed houses. With all of the makings of a traditional Greek settlement, Apollonia also offers yacht charter guests e a range of cozy restaurants, classic tavernas, and a lively nightlife.

Artemonas: Close to the capital of Sifnos, Artemonas is a traditional village that has become characterized by its panoramic island views, majestic mansions that reflect both Venetian and neoclassical styles, and famous local fare – like pastry shops with hot donuts, homemade cookies and tasty Greek sweets. Named after Artemis, a hunting goddess in Greek mythology, the quaint village of Artemis has the second largest population on all of Sifnos: less than 1,000 inhabitants. Part of a larger community that includes Agia Marina, Cherrónisos and Trouláki, Artemonas is the perfect place for those yacht charter guests in need of a quiet escape with a local feel.

Kástro: Named after the Greek word for “castle,” Kastro is an ancient settlement situated on a rock in Sifnos, one that overlooks a breathtaking view of the sapphire Aegean sea. Characterized by the old houses with wooden balconies surrounding its exterior, as well as its cozy courtyards and classic columns, Kastro emanates a traditional and historic feel. With arcade-like entrances that once protected the settlement during wartime, this castle is also home to a quaint church, raised high above the sea from its place on a jagged rock formation.