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Explore Kythira in Greece, a captivating island located just across from the southernmost point of the Peloponnese Peninsula. Known as one of the major Ionian Islands, Kythira boasts of being the birthplace of Aphrodite. An ideal destination for a relaxing vacation, the island is lush and agricultural, resembling the charming village-filled island of Crete. Discover the Agia Sofia Cave and the Hora Medieval Castle, just two of the many attractions that Kythira offers. Among the island's stunning beaches are Kapsali, Agia Pelagia, Halkos, and more. Kythira offers a variety of activities for visitors, including hiking to explore small churches, secluded beaches, and breathtaking mountainous scenery. Opt for a fall or spring visit, as peak season can be too hot for comfortable hiking. Each region of the island has its own unique traditional character, with various accommodations, dining options, and souvenir shops to make your visit to Kythira unforgettable.

► Local products of Kythira include the honey of Kythira, which is considered the best in the world, and olive oil. Also other products such as sausages, herbs, almonds, and fruits.
►The main regions of Kythira island are Agia Pelagia, Avlemonas, Diakofti, Hora, Livadi, Mylopotamos.

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How To Get There

Ferry- You can reach Kythira with ferries that depart from Gythio in the Peloponnese and from Kissamos in Crete three times a week. Also, there is a daily connection from Port Neapolis in the Peloponnese. From Piraeus port, only during the summer, it departs once a week to Kythira.

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Flight - There is an airport which receives only flights from Athens and lasts 1 hour. During summer, several flights arrive from Zakynthos, Kefalonia, and Corfu.

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