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Credit card holders, minimum age is 21 years, for cash renters minimum age is 23 years.


A valid driving license held for at least three year is required.


One day. At end of rental Car Rental allows a further period of 29 minutes free of charge after the time of pick up. After the 29 minutes grace period has expired, the renter will be charged a further full day.


All authorized drivers of Car Rental vehicles are covered against fire and liability to third parties for death, injury or damage to property.


Tickets and attached administrative sanctions resulting from any violation of the Greek Traffic Law during rental period are borne solely by the renter.


Cash deposits for estimated charges are required at the beginning of rental with a minimum of €120.00 daily. No deposit is required from Credit Card holders honored by Car Rental.


The renters liability for damage to the car rental vehicle as mentioned above, can be reduced, under the condition that the Greek Traffic Law will not be violated, to 500€ for groups A, B, C, 650€ for groups D, by paying 20€, for groups A,B,C and 35€ for group D per day respectively.

With the payment of €20 per day for categories A, B, and C, €35 for categories D, the renter is fully covered from any legal liability for damage to the car (provided it is not due to violation of the Greek traffic Code) from liability for theft of the car, and from the incident administration fee.

€5.00 per day.

10€ per 1/8.

All cars available for one way rentals, provided that such arrangement is made at the commencement of the rental and confirmed on the rental agreement. An extra charge may apply, please contact us.


All rates are subjected to V.A.T.

Every collection or delivery which does not take place at Car Rental office shall be charged at €15.



The interior of vehicles, tires and glass are not covered by insurance.

Sifnos is the most touristed island in the Cyclades West group and lies between the islands of Serifos, Antiparos and Kimolos. Its landscape is mountainous (is. 680 m) with fertile valleys, small fertile plains near the bays and the coast, and several good beaches.

On the western side of Sifnos, a narrow gorge provides a natural harbour at Kamares, which is the island's port and a modem town with pottery workshops and a fine sandy beach. 6 km to the south-east of Kamares is the capital, Apollonia, standing on the sides of three low hills almost in the centre of the island. Its houses built in typical Cycladic style of architecture, its old mansions and its churches are particularly attractive. The architecture of Apollonia and that of its neighbouring hill villages of Jbtemonas, Exambela, Katavati, Kato Petali and Ano Petali is an odd assemblage in which walls, terraces, courtyards and alleys form large cubes in a continuous complex, in total harmony with the natural environment.

1.5 km to the north-east of Apollonia and on a higher level is the picturesque village of Artemonas with its windmills on the hilltop. Two kilometres to the east of Apollonia, on the east coast and standing on the top of a cliff, is the castle-village of Kastro which remains an example of medieval town planning. Kastro was inhabited in prehistoric times as digs reveal. Up to 1836 it was the capital of Sifnos. While ancient traces date from the 8th c. BC, the castle itself belongs to the 14th c. AD. This Kastro (castle) resembles the ones on Antiparos, Folegandros and Kimolos. At Seialia, a picturesque seaside settlement to the south-east of Kastro, which was the old harbour, the outlines of the medieval harbour installations still exist.

On the southern part of Sifnos lie the picturesque seaside settlements of Faros (7 km south-east of Apollonia), Chryssopighi (10 km south-east of Apollonia) and Vathy (16 km south-west of Apollonia) with pottery workshops. At the north end of the island, 15 km to the north-west of Apollonia, is Hersonissos, a small seaside settlement with pottery workshops.

Archaeological excavations have shown that Sifnos was inhabited from the prehistoric through the Hellenistic times without break. The island was famous in ancient times for the wealth which came from its gold, silver and copper mines and the quarries of Sifnos stone. It enjoyed great prosperity in classical times, as can be seen from its Treasury, dedicated to Apollo at Delphi.

Historic sites and monuments:

Archaeological Site of Aghios Andreas (near Katavati) with its prehistoric acropolis erected in the beginning of the Late Cycladic period (1560-1100 BC). Ruins of a Hellenistic tower "Aspropyrgos" to the north-east of Platys Gialos. The fortress-like Byzantine monastery of Profitis Ilias "tou Psilou" (8th c), near Katavati (3 km south of Apollonia) at the foot of Profitis Ilias Hill. The churches of Christ, Aghios Georgios, and Panayia (Our Lady) "Chryssopighi" (17th α, the patron saint of Sifnos) built on a small peninsula. The monastery of Vryssi (16th c.) with an interesting little Byzantine museum, near Exambela. The monastery of Aghios Ioannis Theologos "tou Moungou" (15th α), 1.5 km north-west of Apollonia. The monastery of Chryssostomos (1550), 4.5 km north-east of Apollonia. The monastery of Taxiarhes (16th c.) at Vathy. The monastery of Panayia "Toso Nero", to the south of Kamares. The monastery of Panayia "tou Vounou" (1813), near Platys Gialos. The churches of Panayia "Eleoussa" (the cathedral, 17th α), "Theoskepasti" (17th α), Aghios Nikolaos (16th α), Kirnissi tis Theotokou (16th α), Aghia Ekaterini and Aghios Stefanos at Kastro. The churches Panayia "Ouranofora" and Aghios Sozon at Apollonia

Museums: Archaeological Museum (Tel. 22840 31022) in Kastro. Folklore Museum (Tel, 22840 33730) in Apollonia.

Beaches: Apokofto, Chryssopighi, Faros, Fykiada, Hersonissos, Kamares, Panayia "Poulati", Platys Gialos, Seralia, Vathy, Vourlidia Bay.

Sports: Water Sports, Walking.

Traditional tastes: Mastelo (lamb baked with wine in an earthenware roasting pan). Chick-pea soup (with spice and lemon cooked in an earthenware casserole), Xynomyzithra (a type of cheese). Confectionery of several types.

Useful telephone numbers: Tourist Information Bureau (at Kamares) +30 22840 31977. Kamares Port Authority +30 22840 33617. Police (at Apollonia)+30 22840 31210. Apollonia Municipal Offices +30 22840-31345,31110,32388, Fax 33075/6.


Sifnos Rent a Car is a well established, family run, business on the Island of Sifnos specialised in car rental. Our team prides itself on offering a superior quality car hire service.

This level of quality is assured by our dedication in providing top quality car rental services to all our customers ensuring that their holiday is a pleasant, safe and unforgettable experience.

Our family has over 10 years experience working within the travel & tourism industry in Sifnos. Our long term collaboration with the most well-known hotels and travel agencies proves we provide a reliable and affordable car hire service with guaranteed peace of mind during your holidays in Sifnos.

Whatever the nature of your stay, holidays or business, the variety of vehicles of our fleet ensures you get the best possible car solution!

As we are a local family business, our “Mantra” is that each of our customers becomes a member of our family therefore it would be our pleasure to have your car delivered at the port or your hotel. Join the family of Sifnos Rent a Car for a top service car rental experience and enjoy your holiday in Sifnos.


The philosophy of our company is to provide superior customer care & assistance during the client car hire process and deliver a first class after sales service. We strive to always guarantee competitive prices and premier customer service.

Car & Safety

For your safety and comfort, all of our cars are fully equipped with airbags, ABS, A/C, CD-Radio. All our cars are thoroughly maintained. In order to minimise the possibility of a mechanical failure we use authentic spare parts and the best lubricants, so our customers enjoy a safe and quality product. Vehicles are always being checked by our experienced mechanics before and after every rental so you can enjoy a comfortable and safe drive.


Platis Gialos, 84003
tel.: +30 22840.71523
Sifnos, Greece

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