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The larger area of the location of the studios is ideal for more tourist activities, such as peripatetic or religious.

You can use the old stone covered paths and reach other beautiful places of the island.

Below are some characteristic destinations:

From Glifos beach, a pathway leads, after a short time, to Apokofto beach and from there to the church of Chrisopigi. This church - trade mark of the island - is the patron saint church of Sifnos, built on a cut rocky piece of land, and is celebrated on the Ascension Day (50 days after the orthodox Easter). Half way to this destination one can see the remnants of the ore transportation to the ships, from the old mines, located to the top of the hill, where there is also the small church of Ag. Ioannis (Saint John) (celebrated on the 29th of August), having the chance to enjoy the enchanting view of the nearby islands and the endless Aegean blue. In the small harbor of Faros, with the caiques and the fishing boats, there is the chapel of Ag. Grigorios (Saint Gregory).

Also from Faros beach, there is a pathway leading to the villages of Exampela and Kastro. Taking this pathway one will see the chapel of Ag. Nikolaos (Saint Nicolas).

By the beach of Faros, eastwards, there is the beach of Fasolou, where on a small hill there is the monastery of Stavros tou Farou (Holy Cross) (celebrated on the 14th of September), and the lighthouse for the passing ships, indicating also the name of Faros which is the Greek word of lighthouse. From here one also has the same enchanting view of the Aegean sea.

For all the above, you can see the map below.