You can start the virtual stroll at the place of your choice by selecting a key location from the list below.
Agios Ioannis (1)
Built in 1876 in the centre of Poseidonia, the beautiful Byzantine-style Orthodox Church of St. John stands on a large esplanade surrounded by greenery. Unfortunately, it was closed when we passed through, so we were unable to capture any panoramas inside. The outside views will make you want to take a little tour!
Agios Ioannis (2)
Built in 1876 in the centre of Poseidonia, the beautiful Byzantine-style Orthodox Church of St. John stands on a large esplanade surrounded by greenery. Unfortunately, it was closed when we passed through, so we were unable to capture any panoramas inside. The outside views will make you want to take a little tour!
Agios Ioannis (3)
Built in 1876 in the centre of Poseidonia, the beautiful Byzantine-style Orthodox Church of St. John stands on a large esplanade surrounded by greenery. Unfortunately, it was closed when we passed through, so we were unable to capture any panoramas inside. The outside views will make you want to take a little tour!
Agios Ioannis (4)
Built in 1876 in the centre of Poseidonia, the beautiful Byzantine-style Orthodox Church of St. John stands on a large esplanade surrounded by greenery. Unfortunately, it was closed when we passed through, so we were unable to capture any panoramas inside. The outside views will make you want to take a little tour!
Agios Ioannis (5)
Built in 1876 in the centre of Poseidonia, the beautiful Byzantine-style Orthodox Church of St. John stands on a large esplanade surrounded by greenery. Unfortunately, it was closed when we passed through, so we were unable to capture any panoramas inside. The outside views will make you want to take a little tour!
Agios Ioannis (6)
Built in 1876 in the centre of Poseidonia, the beautiful Byzantine-style Orthodox Church of St. John stands on a large esplanade surrounded by greenery. Unfortunately, it was closed when we passed through, so we were unable to capture any panoramas inside. The outside views will make you want to take a little tour!
Agios Ioannis (7)
Built in 1876 in the centre of Poseidonia, the beautiful Byzantine-style Orthodox Church of St. John stands on a large esplanade surrounded by greenery. Unfortunately, it was closed when we passed through, so we were unable to capture any panoramas inside. The outside views will make you want to take a little tour!
Crossroads
The panorama here is oriented towards the beautiful house at the corner of the roads to Ermoupoli (on its right) and Finikas (on its left). Behind us, Tzlaki Street runs southwards, passing Melidron Restaurant, Agios Ioannis Church and Villa Tsiropina.
Ermoupoli-Finikas Road (1)
Some of the houses are rather extravagant, reflecting the social status of their owners in such a pretentious way that they resemble small, somewhat kitschy castles.
Ermoupoli-Finikas Road (2)
Continuing along this road, we reach the seafront and, heading north, we arrive at Finikas after driving along the beach of Voulgari.
Posidonos Road (1)
Arriving by the road from Ermoupoli, take the time to observe the houses around you. Poseidonia is studded with beautiful summer houses built by the rich inhabitants of the capital and you will have many architectural surprises.
Posidonos Road (2)
Arriving by the road from Ermoupoli, take the time to observe the houses around you. Poseidonia is studded with beautiful summer houses built by the rich inhabitants of the capital and you will have many architectural surprises.
Posidonos Road (3)
On the left, the road leads to Megas Gialos, on the south coast. This is the road you take to go to Ermoupoli along the sea.
Posidonos Road (4)
We pass along a large estate planted with trees where we can see a beautiful house that we will be able to see better from the crossroads a little further on.
Tzlaki Street (1)
Restaurant Melidron, Agios Ioannis Church and Villa Tsiropina are three places to visit absolutely in Poseidonia, one for its cuisine and decoration, the other two for their architectural quality.
Tzlaki Street (2)
We pass in front of Restaurant Melidron, which some say is the best in Syros (but Giorgos, the owner, says they are liars). Anyway, it's one of our favourites!
Tzlaki Street (3)
Beautiful terrace, original decoration, quality dishes at moderate prices, perfect welcome and service, very friendly atmosphere.... Each time we stay in Syros, we do not fail to return...
Tzlaki Street (4)
We pass in front of the bell tower of Agios Ioannis Church, one of the two entrances to the esplanade. Don't hesitate to take a short walk there!
Tzlaki Street (5)
We pass in front of the other entrance to the esplanade of Agios Ioannis Church, where our virtual stroll goes around to exit through the bell tower.
Tzlaki Street (6)
Continuing south, we will now pass along the large park of the town hall, Villa Tsiropina, where we will go for a short walk to end the stroll. These panoramas were shot early October 2020, between two waves of pandemic, the gardens burnt by the summer sun seem a bit abandoned but the setting remains superb.
Tzlaki Street (7)
We are at the entrance of the park of Villa Tsiropina, where we will go for a short stroll. Continuing straight on this road, we will arrive at the beautiful sandy beach of Komito, 1600m from here.
Villa Tsiropina (1)
Built in 1916, Villa Tsiropina is a fine example of the neo-classical architecture that can be seen in Poseidonia. Located in the heart of a large, freely accessible park, it was bought by the municipality in 2000 and then restored. It is now used as a town hall and cultural centre, occasionally hosting exhibitions, theatre performances, lectures, conferences and other cultural events.
Villa Tsiropina (2)
Built in 1916, Villa Tsiropina is a fine example of the neo-classical architecture that can be seen in Poseidonia. Located in the heart of a large, freely accessible park, it was bought by the municipality in 2000 and then restored. It is now used as a town hall and cultural centre, occasionally hosting exhibitions, theatre performances, lectures, conferences and other cultural events.
Villa Tsiropina (3)
Built in 1916, Villa Tsiropina is a fine example of the neo-classical architecture that can be seen in Poseidonia. Located in the heart of a large, freely accessible park, it was bought by the municipality in 2000 and then restored. It is now used as a town hall and cultural centre, occasionally hosting exhibitions, theatre performances, lectures, conferences and other cultural events.
Villa Tsiropina (4)
Built in 1916, Villa Tsiropina is a fine example of the neo-classical architecture that can be seen in Poseidonia. Located in the heart of a large, freely accessible park, it was bought by the municipality in 2000 and then restored. It is now used as a town hall and cultural centre, occasionally hosting exhibitions, theatre performances, lectures, conferences and other cultural events.
Villa Tsiropina (5)
Built in 1916, Villa Tsiropina is a fine example of the neo-classical architecture that can be seen in Poseidonia. Located in the heart of a large, freely accessible park, it was bought by the municipality in 2000 and then restored. It is now used as a town hall and cultural centre, occasionally hosting exhibitions, theatre performances, lectures, conferences and other cultural events.
Villa Tsiropina (6)
Built in 1916, Villa Tsiropina is a fine example of the neo-classical architecture that can be seen in Poseidonia. Located in the heart of a large, freely accessible park, it was bought by the municipality in 2000 and then restored. It is now used as a town hall and cultural centre, occasionally hosting exhibitions, theatre performances, lectures, conferences and other cultural events.
Villa Tsiropina (7)
Built in 1916, Villa Tsiropina is a fine example of the neo-classical architecture that can be seen in Poseidonia. Located in the heart of a large, freely accessible park, it was bought by the municipality in 2000 and then restored. It is now used as a town hall and cultural centre, occasionally hosting exhibitions, theatre performances, lectures, conferences and other cultural events.
Villa Tsiropina (8)
Built in 1916, Villa Tsiropina is a fine example of the neo-classical architecture that can be seen in Poseidonia. Located in the heart of a large, freely accessible park, it was bought by the municipality in 2000 and then restored. It is now used as a town hall and cultural centre, occasionally hosting exhibitions, theatre performances, lectures, conferences and other cultural events.
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