Vroulidia is one of the least known beaches of Sifnos
you can reach by car. It lies in a bay on the northwest coast of the island, surrounded by high rocky hills and away from all villages.
The beach can be reached via dirt road with a length of approximately 2 km, which slopes down toward the sea. When you finally arrive at Vroulidia, you will be surprised by its two tavernas which work there in the summer and rent sunbeds and parasols. Those who seek sandy beaches would not be enraptured by this place, as it is covered with large flat pebbles and boulders, including the sea bottom around the shore. But the water is crystal clear and smooth, just perfect for swimming, snorkeling or isolation from the noisier beaches of the island. There are two wooden piers to facilitate the access to water, and after the line of pebbles the seabed is relatively shallow and covered with coarse sand. The tavernas provide simple but delicious Greek dishes, showers and toilets.
The closest village to Vroulidia is Cherronisos
, 6 km away, but it is also very small and remote. Artemonas
are 10 and 12 km away, respectively.