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All along Sifnos there are beautiful churches and shrines set in dramatic places. This one is the most remarkable: a gorgeous church set on a mind-blowing mountain stuck out into the Aegean Sea; stunning
The village of Kastro is so unique and beautiful. The staircase to the church appears difficult, but with a slow steady pace, so rewarding. The view of the cliffs and small beach are beautiful. We ventured on a very windy day, but did not adversely...More
This very small but very nice church has a wonderful view over the sea. You will need to go down (and then up on the return) several steps, but it is worth it. If you have issues with stairs, at least reach the bench on...More
Church on a cliff offering fantastic view into the aegean sea... Never forget to bring your camera.
To reach church there's a path which you need to walk. Steep at times and the return esp. in heat is tiring. Listening to the wind blowing and...More
If you are visiting Sifnos you just have to go there! It is an amazing church and scenery worth visiting. The water aroun the church has a very nice greeb and blue color. You can jump in the water if you like! (there is no...More
We visited in the mid-afternoon and found Kastro to be almost deserted. There was a nice circuit to walk taking you up to the ruins and then down to the church. It was easy to get down underfoot but steepish in places and so allow a little...More
A very beautiful sight, indeed. Does require some walking, both up and down steps. Perhaps not a walk for anyone with ankle, knee or foot issues. That said, it is breathtaking from above as well. If there are four people in your group a taxi...More
It takes a bit of time to find it, but the Kastro is a beautiful place to get lost in. Be prepared for a bit of hiking to reach the Church, however every where you look is a picture worthy of a postcard. Well worth...More