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Agios Andreas Acropolis & Museum

Hill of Agios Andreas, 840 03, Greece
+30 2284 031488
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Superbly Preserved Ruins. A Must See.

Whether you choose to hike up to Agios Andreas or drive, you should definitely put this on your... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Kerry C
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VANCOUVER
Very well maintained......and great view !

So much history - a “must” for the archiologist. So well maintained and easily accessible by car... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
FIRSTCRICKETTOUR
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Cornwall, United Kingdom
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An acropolis built at the top of this hill and excavated during the 20th century. Dates from as early as the 13th century BC. Small museum at the entrance of the site.
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  • Average5%
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Hill of Agios Andreas, 840 03, Greece
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Whether you choose to hike up to Agios Andreas or drive, you should definitely put this on your itinerary. Make sure you go when the small museum is open. It's wonderful to wander the prepared paths and get a glimpse of Mycenaean culture and architecture....More

Thank Kerry C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

So much history - a “must” for the archiologist. So well maintained and easily accessible by car for those not in hiking mode. Site itself has a small but informative visitor room. For those not interested in history the church and views alone make a...More

Thank FIRSTCRICKETTOUR
Reviewed 13 July 2017

This visit truly made our holiday better. Recommended by our hotel owner, this is indeed one of the best attractions in Sifnos & is so worth the effort... it helped change our Sifnos experience from a simple beach holiday to something much greater & more...More

1  Thank ThomasGlos
Reviewed 25 June 2017 via mobile

This is a very well maintained historical site compared to others we have been to in Greece. The path ways are all concreted and easy to walk. The site is well documented with displays and a little museum. For 2 euros it's worth it.

1  Thank Sarsonuk
Reviewed 25 August 2016 via mobile

It is a very nice archeological site with an amazing view, easy access and a great small museum. It is accessible with pushchairs and small kids can enjoy the walk too. The energy of the place is very intense too, one can feel the importance...More

Thank annasifnos
Reviewed 17 August 2016

This is one of those places that I only heard about thanks to Trip advisor, and I'm very glad I did. For anyone who is at all interested in history, specifically of Sifnos but of greece in general, you must visit Agios Andreas. The last...More

1  Thank sdothbc
Reviewed 11 August 2016 via mobile

Our family of five (16,11 & 10) took a taxi from Kamares (14€). The new museum was small but interesting. The ruins are thought provoking. Would always like these places 'Brought to life' but it's clearly early days. We had it to ourselves. A pity...More

Thank Bumslugga
Reviewed 1 July 2016

This ancient site is well worth viewing. There is a small museum which is beautifully laid out. The ancient Mycanean walls are impressive and then it is eorth visiting the church of Agios Andreas.

Thank susanwalsh
Reviewed 13 October 2015

Definitely worth visit. Majestic view. One of the highlights of our visit to Sifnos. Suitable for all ages

Thank Dean D
Reviewed 6 June 2015 via mobile

The turn off for the archaelogical site on Sifnos is located on the road to Vathy. The road is quite steep but paved all the way and is signposted. The site itself was a Mycenean fortress and there is a museum there also which has...More

1  Thank smrgeog
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