Kea, also known as Tzia, is part of the Cyclades complex, an island with an appealing landscape, endless coasts, green valleys, and hiking trails. Kea is one of the most popular islands among Athenians, a perfect destination for short weekend trips. Ioulida, the capital, is an area of huge interest. However, it is also true that the most beautiful settlements of Kea are characterized by their authentic color and can be seen on the northeastern side of the island.
The countless paths of Kea are unique for hiking adventures and walking to explore the island with the best views of the Aegean. Kea is a source of archaeological remains, most of which are kept in the museum of Kea. Agios Nikolaos, the port of Kea is one of the biggest ports of the Mediterranean.
This section proposes a map of Kea with all the significant locations of the island.