Kythira Villages

Kythira villages

Kythira is a unique blend of various cultures with influences from the Aegean and the Ionian Sea. Throughout centuries, Kythira has developped its own character and style. With beautiful alternate landscapes, kind people and mild climate, Kythira combine a scenery of sea and mountains with imposing castles, picturesque churches and monasteries, archaeological sites and rich vegetation attracting every year more and more visitors to its numerous villages.
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Guide to 7 villages

Discover our guide to 7 Kythira villages. They are all presented with detailed description, photos and their location on a map of Kythira. For the most popular ones, we also provide information about sightseeing in the area, a selection of hotels and reviews.

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Location: On the southern side of the island
Description: Chora is the capital village of Kythira. It a small town with whitewashed houses, picturesque alleys, arches, churches and dominated by a Medieval Castle.

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Location: 19 km north east of Chora
Description: Avlemonas is a picturesque fishing village surrounded by bushy vegetation. It has traditional architecture and clean water to swim.

    1 reviews   18 photos   

Location: 26 km north of Chora
Description: A picturesque fishing village and port, Agia Pelagia connects the island to Neapoli Laconia. It is gradually developing as a popular tourist resort.

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Location: 4 km north of Chora
Description: Livadi is actually divided in two settlements, Ano and Kato Livadi. It is a mountainous village on the southern side of the island.

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Location: 15 km north west of Chora
Description: Mylopotamos is a mountainous village with beautiful architecture and surrounded by lush nature.

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Location: 20 km north of Chora
Description: Paleochora is not actually a modern village but an area with Medieval ruins, such as churches, bridges and towers.

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Location: 19 km north of Chora
Description: Potamos is a traditional village on the northern side of the island, famous for its interesting architecture and for its commercial traffic.

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