MAIN PORT: MERICHAS
LATIDUTE: 37° 23’Ν , LONGITUDE: 24° 23’Ε
Kythnos is an island of the Western Cyclades, located between Serifos and Kea. Her residents are calling it Thermia and it was known by this name since the 12th century. This name is due to the hot springs which exist in the bay of Agia Eirini and Loutra and attract many people today.
Calm and lively, close to Athens and yet so far away, Kythnos is a destination worth visiting, discovering and loving.
With a beautiful country that brings together all the beauties of the Cycladic landscape and many other places that will delight you, the island welcomes you for moments of absolute summer relaxation and fun.
Most visitors, however, come to the island for her splendid sandy beaches such as Agios Sostis, the deserted Simoussi, the Kastelas, Sarandos, the secluded Saint John and Kolona.
Kolona Beach! Do not leave the island if you do not visit Kolona Beach, a sandy lane which connects Kythnos with the island of Agios Loukas. They call it “Queen” and you will understand why, as soon as you get there. Two beautiful beaches formed on both sides create a magical landscape and a unique energy which allures… Swim in the crystal clear waters, play with the sand and enjoy the sunset at the beach: Just unforgettable.
A Lifetime experience you will remember for the rest your life.