Kythnos is a beautiful mountainous island located in the western part of the Cyclades. The wild beauty, the picturesque architecture and the lovely beaches attract many visitors.
Kythnos - Syros
The capital, Hermoupoli, which is also the main harbor, stands on a natural amphitheater site with neo-classic buildings, old mansions and white houses cascading down to the harbor. The varied landscape makes the hinterland outstanding, while the coastline is indented with beautiful inlets of all sizes nestled between capes. Sights: Archaeological finds, Town Hall built by Ziller in 1876, Apollo Municipal Theater which is a copy in miniature of La Scala in Milan, monasteries, unique architecture, casino. Delicacies: “Loukoumi” and “chalvadopita” delights from egg white, sugar and almonds.
Syros - Myconos
A world famous island, attracting visitors from around the globe, including well-known artists and intellectuals. They are attracted by the more than twenty sandy beaches with clear waters for delightful swimming. Visitors also enjoy wandering along the whitewashed narrow streets with brilliant white box-shaped houses adorned with bright colored doors and balconies and stepped walls for sitting on. After a leisurely day enjoying the quiet private corners of the Island, ordinary vacationers nestle happily side-by-side with the jet set and yacht setters in the numerous bars and discos with their nightlife and sounds that never end. Beach parties, happenings, and fashion shows take place every summer, or if they choose, visitors can still find quiet places for a tranquil afternoon. Sights: Aegean Nautical museum, over a hundred small churches, the Agricultural Museum housed in a converted windmill. Delicacies: “Kopanico”, a pepper flavor white cheese, “Amygdalota” almond delights, and “soumada”, fermented almond cordial.
Myconos - Paros
An attractive island, popular not only for its numerous excellent sandy beaches and blue clear waters, its wild rocky landscape with white box-shaped houses whose yards are filled with basil, jasmine, honeysuckle and bougainvillea, but also for its nightlife. Paros is ideal not only for those in search of cosmopolitan bustle, but also for lovers of solitude. Sights: Picturesque Venetian castles, the famous church of Ekatondapiliani which is a Byzantine monument, monasteries, exhibition of traditional crafts, Ornamental pottery and fine silver jewelry. Delicacies: Wine and olive oil
Paros - Serifos
Serifos Island - Greece is a place of natural beauty, nestled in the Aegean. Its unique morphology makes Serifos an exceptional island for visitors seeking fresh, unusual settings in Greece.
Serifos - Sounio
The dramatic coastal location of Sounio (Cape Sounion) in southern Attica was an ideal spot for a Temple of Poseidon, god of the sea. Standing atop sheer cliffs overlooking the Aegean Sea, the marble temple has served as a landmark for sailors from ancient times to today.
Sounio - Athens
The Temple of Poseidon with its Doric columns, built in 5th century B.C. makes this cape well known worldwide. It is usually a stop during itineraries to the Cyclades Islands, where passengers enjoy a swim in the clear waters.