Area: 74.331 km2
Coastline length: 83 km
Island capital and its population: Serifos (1,414)Administrative structure: Region of South Aegean, Prefecture of the Cyclades, Province of Milos, Municipality of Serifos.
Museums: Archaeological museum of Chora, Taxiarches monastery (ecclesiastical collection)
Archaeological sites and monuments: Castle of Chora, Ancient settlement at Megalo Chorio, Aspropyrgos and Psaropyrgos towers, Castle of Gria, Chora, Ancient mines at Halara, Restored wind mills, Buildings and industrial remains from mining and loading iron ore at Koutalas, Traditional buildings at rural areas (katoikies, kleftokellia, mitata etc)
Natural monuments: Cave of Coutala or Cyclopa. The south part of Serifos has been included in the European network "NATURA 2000" and has been declared an Important Bird Area of Greece.
Cultural clubs: Society for the Protection of the Cultural Heritage and the Environment, Serifos Women Association "Andromeda"
Religious feasts: On St Irene's day at Koutalas (May 5th), On St Constantine's and St Helen's day at Vaghia (May 21st), Holy Trinity at Megalo Chorio and at Panagia Liomandra, On St Anargiroi's day at Kalavratsena and at Galene, On St Marina's day (July 17th), On St Panteleimon's day (July 27th), Transfiguration of the Saviour at Kalo Ambeli and at Pyrgos (August 6th), Dormition of Virgin Mary at Rampo, Skopiani, Liomandra, Agios Nikolaos and Pyrgos (August 14th and 15th), Panagias Aimilianis (August 23d), Agios Sostis (September 7th), Panagia at Avessalo (September 8th), On St Theklas' day (September 24th), On St John's day (September 26th), St Taxiarches at the Monastery of Taxiarches (November 8th), On St Catherine's day (November 25th)
Sport clubs: Serifos Nautical Club