Serifos is a western Cycladic island in the Aegean Sea, northwest of Sifnos and south of Kithnos.
The island is about 92 nautical miles away of Piraeus port and easy reachable by boat.
The Serifians are located at an extraordinary spot on the tip of a natural rock. On one side of the property there are craggy bays, on the other side you can walk to the beautiful Vagia bay with a large sandy beach.
Glaronissi and Vagia Residences are on the southern part of the island, located 5 km from Livadi (the island’s port) and about 10 km from Chora, the island’s capital.





Being a part of the Cyclades island group, Serifos shares their typical weather. During summer temperatures are around 30 to 35 degrees Celsius (three degrees lower than continental Greece).
The Cycladic islands are cooled down by strong summer winds such as the famous ‘Meltemi’, which usually appears in July and August.
During winter there is a lot of rain and humidity in this region, but winters are mild and snow rarely is falling.