Located across from the Peloponnese peninsula, Kythira is one of the 7 Ionian Islands. Despite being far away from the main group of islands, Kythira bears cultural and architectural features that are unique to the Ionian Islands. Like other islands in the Aegean region, Kythira has a mountainous terrain and therefore has hundreds of untouched and pristine valleys, coves, bays, and shores. The valleys are home to many caves some of which have churches within, a unique feature that the island is renowned for. The most famous is the Cave Church of Hagia Sophia. The island was home to the Venetians and Ottomans throughout history and you can even find small goods dating back to those times at antique stores.
Kythira is an important island in terms of summer tourism, offering camping grounds and nightlife entertainment on the beaches. These beaches attract tourists from Europe and America in particular. The most famous are: Kapsali, Agia Pelagia, Diakofti, Avlemonas, Lagkada Beach, and Platia Amos. There is a port and airport on the island. The Kithira Island National Airport, also known as the Alexander S. Onassis Airport, is located 20 km from the main center of the island.
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Kythira flights are organized to Kithira Island National - Alexandros Aristotelous Onassis Airport.
London-Kythira 3 hour.