Steni is a picturesque and rather lively village, the second largest on the island. The inhabitants, both Orthodox and Catholic Christians, coexisted in harmony, during extended periods of time. The folk museum, founded here in 2000, is open during the summer period and contains a big collection of traditional everyday items, among which some old household utensils that were used two hundred years ago.
Pyrgos, widely known as the ‘Marble Village’, is one of the biggest, prettiest and more lively villages in the Cyclades. It is home to the Marble Art Museum and School of Fine Arts.