Athens, the national capital, is roughly 70 miles (113 kilometers) to the northwest of Serifos.
Why not spend some time exploring the area? Start with a trip to the the Chora Wildlife Refuge.
Visiting just one town or city, regardless of its popularity, will only ever furnish you with a glimpse into the broader natural and cultural makeup of a region. So try to allow a few days to savour Cyclades Islands' other sights and attractions. While here, consider a trip to the Vathi Beach and Gialos Beach in Sifnos, roughly 17 miles (27 kilometers) to the northwest of Serifos.
When it's time to spread your wings, why not visit the nearest regional city. Paros is 40 miles (64 kilometers) away and is home to visitor attractions including Psaraliki Beach, Livadia Beach and Port of Parikia. Paros has much of interest for those willing to hang around a little longer. Naoussa Harbour, Kolimpithres Beach and Antiparos Cave are other sights guaranteed to delight.
The best places for travelers to visit when they arrive in a new town are the ones that provide a window into the culture. Don't skip Cyclades Islands' art museums, art galleries and history museums. A good way to truly appreciate a place is by knowing about its earlier days. Make the time to visit the fortresses while you are in the area.
Make sure you throw in walking shoes and join one of the fascinating winery tours and city walking tours. If you're not the kind of traveler to go on vacation just to relax by the pool all day, the Serifos area offers plenty of adventure pursuits such as caving and mountain climbing.
When your time is up in this special place, say farewell the way they do in Greek, with a hearty "Yiá sou."