The charming simplicity of Kythnos
Not many islands remind you of the authentic Cyclades as they used to be long time ago. Untouched beaches, traditional architecture, exquisite gastronomy, the closeness to Athens and the cheapest ferry tickets through Let’s Ferry are only few of the reasons why Kythnos will be your next favorite getaway!
Port of Kythnos
Whitewashed Mesaria. The island’s capital with its cobblestoned streets, white churches and flowery old mansions, is the definition of classical Cycladic beauty.
Panagias Kanala’s Church. On the top of a pine-tree hill, it will offer you an unforgettable stroll under the stone-built arches. Take a break at the stone-paved square for a panoramic shot of the temple.
If you only have 3 days, enjoy at least one of them at Agios Dimitrios to taste the mouthwatering local dishes at its picturesque seaside taverns.
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Kolona beach in Kythnos
Get in action
Just after you pick up your ferry tickets to Kythnos at home or at the port, through Let’s Ferry, plan your favorite activity. This island is ideal for all-weather sports.
Trekking. Explore its medieval paths and discover the first capital of the Island, The Castle of Oria. The view of the Aegean will take your breath away.
Sea Kayak. If the weather is still suitable, explore the island by sea and get to Zesta beach, where you can find a thermal spring.
Scuba Diving. With its labyrinthine coastline, Kithnos’s geology is perfect for sealife lovers. Dive in Katakefalos, that’s famous for the unique rock formations, and admire its rich sea bottom.
Tip: You can reach Kythnos by ferry either from Piraeus or Lavrion port. In the first case, the ferry trip lasts 3 hours while in the second, takes an hour less. Find the fastest routes and book your ferry tickets to Kythnos by clicking at letsferry.com!
Information about the port of Kythnos
Passenger routes connect Kythnos to Piraeus three times a week and to Lavrio five times a week. There are regular connections to Syros, Kea, Sikinos, Santorini and Folegandros.