Kythira

Ferry to Kythira

Kythira, also known as Cirigo, are south of the Peloponnese. The legend claims that this is the island of Venus the Goddess of Love and frankly, it can be really hard not to love Kythira.

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KYTHIRA

While its’ popularity grows year after year, the island, its’ village and beaches do seem to remain pure and untouched. Friendly people and memorable beaches await you in every corner of the island.

The island’s port is named Diakofti and is far from both Hora, the capital and Kapsali. Kaspsali also has a smaller port which serves private vessels. Some beaches are hard to reach but know that the clean waters and intricate landscapes are definitely worth it.

Spend your nights at the narrow alleys in Hora, enjoy a walk or a cocktail and if you don’t feel like sleeping early extend your night-out at the bars in Kapsali.