Villa Blue, Serifos

The villa is located within one of the most beautiful parts of Serifos, in the middle and upper side of Kalo Ampeli bay, offering a unique view to the sea and the salvage and remote surroundings. Even more, the breathtaking sunset and the unique night sky – resembling a planetarium when the moon is not showing, all contribute to an unbelievable experience, especially in August, while sitting on the veranda and enjoying the falling stars.



  • Occupancy: 10 Guests (6 in Main House and 4 in Guest Houses)
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 5



  • 40m² swimming pool with sun beds, umbrellas, hammock and outdoor shower
  • Outdoor dining area
  • Large outdoor living room facing south
  • BBQ with wood oven
  • Fully equiped kitchen
  • Safe
  • Satellite TV with DVD console
  • Hi Fi with CD & Radio
  • Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi)
  • Beach bags, swimming pool and beach towels provided



  • Port, Livadi: 7mins drive
  • Closest town, Livadi : 7mins drive / 4km
  • Closest beach: 15mins walk / 200m
  • Closest islands: Sifnos, Polyegos, Kimolos

Villa Blue, Serifos



Ground Level

  • Living room facing the pool and the sea
  • Dining room with open plan facing the pool (12 seats)
  • Fully equipped large kitchen with dining table (6 Seats)
  • Guest W.C
  • Large master bedroom with king sized built-in bed with en suite bathroom, ceiling fan and air-condition facing the pool
  • 2 Double bedrooms with queen sized built-in beds with en-suite shower bathrooms, ceiling fan and air-condition facing the pool.


Lower Level

  • Ping-pong, fully equipped gym with electric treadmill weights, exercise instruments, yoga mats.
  • Playroom area
  • Double Staff room (live-in staff)
  • Single staff room
  • Storage room with extra fridge



  • 1 double bedroom with built-in queen size built-in bed and air-condition
  • Small living room with 2 single built-in beds
  • Private shower bathroom
  • Kitchenette



  • 1 double bedroom with built-in queen size bed and air-condition
  • Dressing room
  • Private shower bathroom
  • Open living room with 2 small double built-in beds

Villa Blue, Serifos

Serifos is a delightful Greek Island of the Aegean Sea and a significant part of the western Cyclades. Located at 170 kilometers East of Piraeus, south of Kythnos and northwest of Sifnos. The island is known for its outstanding and unique setting which remains soaked in history..

With a 1,420 population and an area of 75.207 square kilometres, Serifos Island not only hides a natural wild beauty, but also its oldest traditions which make it so distinguishable from the other Cyclades. The Greek mythology connects the island’s name to Odysseus and Perseus, the greatest mythological heroes, and suggests that the Cyclopes lived in the island’s caves. Even more, Serifos is also connected to the myth of Perseus, which represents a significant part of the island’s historical background. Another valuable aspect of Serifos is its mineral mining pastwhich is still alive within the island’s railway-like iron tracks, easily observed on the roads.

In the far north of the island is the monastery of the Taxiarches, founded in the 15th century, a whitewashed square compound that sits alone on an exposed hillside and looks as if it should be in Ladakh or Bhutan rather than Europe. More dramatic still, though, is The Chora (main town) itself, its sugar cube houses clinging to the upper slopes of a mountain crowned by three churches.

The Chora of Serifos is a very singular sight the first time you see it. Unlike other islands of the archipelago, the buildings and the square whitewashed houses give the impression that they are collapsing on the side of the mountain behind the port. It is composed of a lower and an upper part, respectively Kato Chora and Pano Chora. There is no need to carry a map, just walk up and down, around the small shops selling local products, a traditional bakery, small squares and Greek Orthodox churches.

In the Venetian era, the inhabitants of the Chora of Serifos were protected from pirate attacks by fortified stone walls. Even today, one can see the remains of these walls up close and enjoy an incredibly panoramic view from the stone paths, cobbled steps and small alleys that wind around the town.

Serifos is a mystical destination which can be visited by anyone who seeks a calm and safe environment while also enjoying the calm waters, the variety of activities available and the exploration of a rather unspoiled island. Serifos is a journey through the paths of Greek mythology, reliving the traditions, art and culture of unforgettable times.

You’re bound to come face to face with a few locals hanging out their laundry, children playing in the street or families having lunch outside in the middle of summer.

As Serifos is a destination that is a bit off the beaten track, you will not find an airport on the island and the only way to reach it is by ferry. There is a direct connection from the port of Piraeus to Athens (the trip takes 2 to 4 hours depending on the type of ferry chosen) and via connections with neighboring islands such as Sifnos, Milos, Paros and Naxos.

During the high season (June-September), there are daily shuttles; during the shoulder season, however, these services are offered only 3-4 times a week.

Villa Blue, Serifos

Make yourself at home in a typical Cycladic villa overlooking the deep blue Mediterranean Sea.