400,000 domestic seats from €19! Offer is valid for direct flights, operated by Olympic Air network. Travel in Greece, enjoy your stay and have fun!Read more
The 7th World Trails Conference (WTC) was a great success for Kythera Hiking.Read more
Astikon Music Cafe presents the artist Georgia Ntagaki in Kythera. 12th & 13th of August, 22.30 @ Astikon. More info: …
Τα Κύθηρα στην Popaganda!Read more
A maidservant is required to work at the Kythera Irida Hotel.Read more
The Ephorate of Antiquities of Piraeus and Islands organizes cultural activities for adult audiences in cooperation with the Municipality of Kythera and the Friends of Museums of Kythera.Read more
We were very pleased to speak about Kythera in Aegean Airlines’s BLUE Magazine and we are sending out the message of the Mythical Island to hundreds of thousands of travelers traveling to 145 destinations. The editor is the editor of Fotis Valatos.Read more
Apply for the Alpha Bank Aegean Bonus Visa up until 30.06.2018, and upon card issuance get a 20€ discount on your next AEGEAN or Olympic Air flight!Read more
“Τrechanchini” is a song written by Attik(Kleon Trianafylou) who was inspired by the picturesque silent harbor of Kapsali in Kythera, the place he spent his summer vacations (he was staying in Maris’ house). Kythera was the motherland of his mother, Erithelgi Raptaki’s
Voyage to Cythera (Greek: Ταξίδι στα Κύθηρα, translit. Taxidi sta Kythira) is a 1984 Greek film directed by Theodoros Angelopoulos. It was entered into the 1984 Cannes Film Festival, where it won the FIPRESCI Prize and the award for Best Screenplay.
This is a short time-lapse movie from Kythera island. All the photos were taken in October 2013 during a day visit.
Kythera Wishes You a Happy New Year!Read more
You are invited to join Kythera.Live on Sunday, December the 24th, 2017, (Christmas Eve), at 11.00 o’clock in the morning (GMT+2) on the homepage.Read more
Here in Kythira we are listening to the kytherian fan Mau Mons (Mons dj).Read more
August has officialy arrived in Kythera. Let’s get in the mood for “Melisses”!