Antikythira

AntiKythira

Up to 10 people


Antikythira or Tsirigoto (from the Venetian Cerigotto), is a small (20sq. km) barren island between Kythira and Crete. The patron saint of this island is Agios Myronas, whom the inhabitants celebrate on 16 and 17 August. It is 38 km southeast of Kythira and 26 nautical miles from Kasteli, Crete.

Antikythira has a rich history with ancient ruins and natural beauty. It is an ideal place for those who want to relax and experience life without modern conveniences.  There are two scenic taverns that are located at Potamos.  Here you can taste traditional delicacies such as local horseradish, pure organic local honey, Antikythira local wine and of course delicious local fish. The picturesque beach of Xiropotamos, is located 5 minutes by boat, or 30 minutes by foot if you prefer to walk. You may also enjoy the unspoiled waters at Kamarelas as well as the crystal clear waters at Halaras.  It is a miracle of nature, where swimming in the sea becomes a true pleasure. Visitors of the island can visit the ancient site of "Kastro". The distance from Kissamos harbor where we depart is about 3 hours. Up to 10 people.

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