Greek cypriot dating

Galissas is probably the most developed of the three and developed is a relative term.

There are a few hotels, some restaurants and a gentle beach with lounge chairs and umbrellas.

Syros is the capital of the Cyclades Islands, a group of about 220 islands which also includes the very well known Greek Islands of Mykonos and Santorini, as well as Naxos, Ios, Paros and Tinos.

It has enjoyed a unique position in history which we will delve into in more detail in a moment, but suffice it to say, it’s strategic geographic position and age-old alliances enabled Syros to enjoy considerable commercial success and prosperity. In Hermopoulis (or Ermoupolis), the main streets and many buildings are made of marble!

We all unanimously left amazed Syros has to date remained “undiscovered” by the tourism masses.

Given the location, moderate pricing and quality of food, this is a great choice to experience a friendly, Syros taverna.Boutique shops with elegant window displays invite you to explore inside.Brightly colored bougainvillea climbs the sides of buildings and snakes around the shop fronts framing them in a picturesque manner.We also enjoyed, Greek Salad with Basil, Lettuce, Dried Tomato, Cheese and Walnut Salad, and a beautiful Lentil Salad.Also enjoyable were the selection of grilled cheeses, French Fries (everywhere on Syros and throughout Greece), Zucchini Fries with Aioli, and an Omelet served with Syros Sausage, a very traditional food.A perfect place to relax in the sun or go for a swim.There is no large-scale, commercial development anywhere on Syros.Being a large table of 12, we were able to sample many dishes.A selection of breads went well with the Parsley Salad and Eggplant Salad (both what I would call dips and both divine).Heavier fare included Stuffed Tomatoes and Peppers (with raisins, potato and feta cheese), Pork Steaks, Marinated Chicken with White Wine and Thyme (a standout), and Black Angus Burger, with all the trimmings.And for desserts we enjoyed Orange Pie (actually cake, and was utterly delicious), and Greek Yogurt with Fruits.

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