Syros island is ideal for hiking on routes that combine natural beauties with culture and tradition. Some of these routes are:
Walking in Ano Syros, which dominates above Ermoupoli. It is the medieval town of the island inhabited mainly by Catholics.
Walking in Poseidonia or Delagracia. It is a coastal settlement with neoclassic mansions. On the hill above Poseidonia dominates Aghios Petros catholic church built in 1860.
Walking in Chroussa. It is a lush green village of the up-country regions with running waters, old mansions and beautiful view. Panagia Faneromeni Catholic church dominates the settlement.
Hiking in Ano Meria through a network of signed pathways passing through a protected area incorporated to the network Natura 2000. The area has many springs, steep rocky coasts and unexplored caves (such as Ferekidis caves etc) and constitutes shelter for many rare bird species.
Hiking in Eklogites. Many signed pathways lead to the rare rocks of north Syros. The most remarkable rock is eklogites, round rocks beetling impressively in the scenery.