Kythira is a unique island in many ways. First of all, it has an interesting morphology. It is a vast plateau bordered by hills cut by deep gorges, some dry and majestic, and others with water, ending at beaches of outstanding beauty.
Explore this unique relief and the traditional settlements of Kythira along the old trails depicted on the map. Crossing this landscape, the history of the island emerges: from mythology to the present day, it has dotted the island with numerous monuments.
Antikythera, due to its geographical position, has always been a stepping stone between Peloponnese and Crete, both for sailors and for migratory birds. In modern times the name became famous because of the shipwreck with the unique findings. Otherwise, it is a destination for absolute tranquility and abstraction.