Kythnos is a hidden gem in Greece, nestled in the Cyclades island chain in the western Aegean Sea. It's one of the Aegean's best-kept secrets, maintaining its genuine character and remaining unspoiled by mass tourism. This island is an ideal destination for those in search of tranquility, natural beauty, and an authentic Greek experience.
Kythnos, this charming corner of the Cyclades, offers a wide range of options from the most laid-back experiences to those that will get your heart racing. We want your visit to Kythnos to be just as unique. Explore its villages, discover its natural springs, and of course, indulge in its ninety-nine (99) beaches. The only thing that surpasses them in number are the charming chapels scattered across the island. In total, there are 130 of them, with some even being the center of lively Cycladic festivals – “panigiria”, like the one honoring Panagia Flampouriani at the end of August. Α different way to explore the island is by hiking along a variety of marked and unmarked trails, taking to the sea with canoeing or kayaking and indulging in organized dives into the scattered underwater caves. Whatever you decide to do, regardless of how small or grand the activity may be, we encourage you to savor it right here, in its own unique way.