Ikaria Agios Kirikos Village
Agios Kirikos Village Ikaria: Agios Kirikos is the capital of Ikaria as well as its main port. It counts on 1800 inhabitants most of whom are engaged in fishing and tourism. The village lies on the south eastern side of Ikaria and is considered as one of the most picturesque settlements of the Aegean.
Agios Kyrikos was founded three hundred years ago by sailors and has been built amphitheatrically over the gulf of the port. It is a lovely village full of two and three-storied Neoclassical houses with flowered balconies and slate roofs, picturesque narrow streets, stone steps and a fine central square lined by little shops and cafes.
Agios Kirikos is the main gateway of the island, connected by land, sea and air to other islands of Greece. Most of the public services of the island can be found here, as well as most of the night life, with various bars, taverns and clubs. A few hotels and many rooms for rent are available at Agios Kirikos.
Fourni Island | Church of Agios Kirikos | Archaeological Collection