“Little has happened here since Perseus returned with Medusa’s head”

While numerous Greek islands, such as Santorini and Mykonos, receive hordes of tourists annually, others lie off the beaten path (or cruise lane, as it were). The author below, having visited and described the island of Serifos before as of little more than passing interest, revisited the island and found it to be “a little visited treat.”


Serifos—a Greek retreat

By Tom Robbins

Financial Times

July 1, 2016

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