KYTHNOS

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Project Description

Kythnos, beautiful and graphic, is the first island on the way to west Cyclades islands. It is between Kea and Serifos, 52n.m. from Piraeus. It is a hilly island, characterized by anaglyph scenery and an extension of 99sq.km.
It has the known enchanting beauty of the islands in the complex. Small villages built according to the traditional architecture. Cobblestone paths, white houses, churches and mills create the perfect scenery for your vacation.
The island is inhabited since archaic times and has important archaeological sites and monuments.
And because, island means sea, in Kythnos you will enjoy your bath in the beautiful beaches. Protected coves, small ports and blond shores promise you unforgettable times of pleasure.
Kythnos is not yet full of tourists and keeps its natural beauties unchangeable. Offers to visitors quiet vacation, with options for entertainment. As for your accommodation, hotels and rooms to let satisfy all needs and demands.
Schedule your holidays in Kithnos and have the time of your life in one of the most beautiful and graphic islands of Cyclades.

Discover in a glance the best things to see and do in Kythnos island

Apart from the green scenes, it also has a small, protected from the winds, port, a pole of attraction for the lovers of swimming. The shallow, clear waters of the cove are safe for small children. You can swim in the beaches Kalo Livadi and Lefkes. The region was named by the church of Panagia Kanala, the island’s protector. The church is built in a beautiful location and distinguishes for its architecture. According to tradition the icon was found in a canal and it is said to be work of Apostle Lukas. But it is most likely to be made by a painter from Crete Antonio Skordilis.

While staying in Dryopida, enjoy a walk in the traditional settlement. Impressive is the fact that all houses in Dryopida are with two floors and have tiles. According to residents, this is due to that region has a long tradition in Pottery.

The coastal settlement Loutra is 5km from Chora. It is the most known and developed summer resort of Kythnos. Despite its important tourist infrastructure, the region keeps its traditional identity. 

Merichas is Kithnos’ port. It is in the northwest part of the island, 8km from Chora. It is a natural port with a graphic settlement around it with big tourist development. Here you will find hotels of all categories, coffeehouses, bars and taverns to taste the local cuisine