Kythira is an idyllic island situated off the south coast of the Peloponnese peninsula in Greece. This beautiful destination boasts a diverse highland, ranging from rocky cliffs and sandy beaches to verdant forests. 

The rich history of the land is influenced by both ancient Greek and Venetian culture, which provokes interest among visitors. The island embraces several traditional villages, including Chora and Kapsali, which are alluring tourist attractions. 

Its landscape is also dotted with monasteries and churches, such as the Monastery of Myrtidiotissa, adding to its historical heritage. 

Kythira is reputed for its stunning natural scenery, sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters, making it an inviting destination for tourists during the summer period.

Through Kythira Airport (KIT) located 14 km west of Diakofti and 20 km north of Kythira Town from Athens International Airport (ATH) (Duration 45 min) and Thessaloniki International Airport (SKG) only .

From Neapoli Port (Duration 75 min) located 350km (4 h 30 min by car/bus) south of Athens daily .

From Pireaus Port (Duration 6 h 30 min) with 5 weekly itineraries, as well as Kissamos Port in Crete .

Diakofti View Kythira/Feature
Beaches To Explore
Kato Chora Mylopotamos Castle Kythira
Activities To Enjoy