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Nostos is a 19th-century listed building located in the center of the main town in Kythira, near the Venetian Castle. It offers a traditional café and rooms with handpicked antique furnishings. Perfect place to stay, traditional guesthouse. The staff were very kind and helpful and Chora is marvellous
Located in Kýthira, Old Village apartment, Ximena and Emilios features free WiFi and mountain views, 1.7 mi from Likodimou Beach. The hosts were great, very friendly and gave us tips about the island and the main attractions. The apartment combined both modern and traditional design elements with a personal touch, was spacious and comfortable. The location is great if you are keen on fully exploring the island (of course with a car - if you don't have a car, you will struggle exploring the island anyway). The apartment is located at a quiet small vilage, almost in the centre of the island and therefore all main destinations are easily accessible.
Featuring air-conditioned accommodations with a patio, The little bougainvillea house is set in Kýthira. The property, housed in a building dating from 1980, is 2297 feet from Kapsali Beach. House is nothing but wonderful!! Top location, authentic style! The owner is a cheerful and lovely lady that really made our stay nicer, we arrived very late and she was there for us on the phone to explain everything.
Featuring a terrace, Kasi's nature home offers accommodations in Kýthira with free WiFi and sea views. Located 1.1 mi from Paleopoli Beach, the property provides a garden and free private parking. Great location next to one of the best beaches in Kythira. The house is as advertised if you read the description carefully as it is remote and not close to any shops or restaurants. All the necessary extras are provided.
Set in Kýthira, Koralia Apartments offers accommodations with a balcony and free WiFi. Each unit is fitted with air conditioning, a private bathroom and a kitchenette. I stayed in "Kastri" instead of "Koralia apts". It was a lovely traditional renovated 1 room apartment with balcony and great view. Kastritsianika is a hamlet in the middle of the island. IMO ideal location since you are 10-15min from every beach and 20-30 minutes from Chora. If someone intends to see the whole island, this is the right place.
Kythira is a place not yet overcrowded with tourists, a place with wonderful beaches but rough highlands too. You will find hidden churches, nice restaurants and: friendly people everywhere. And if you are searching for flowers or birds it is the right place too.
The scattered monuments of the island's built heritage were fascinating. But sad that many of them had been allowed to fall into decay. The beaches though few, were good, with a choice of sand or pebble in the same stretch as at Kapsali. The restaurants, also few, were mainly excellent, with hospitality not only from the proprietors but the locals using them. The roads, well engineered by the British in the early 19th century and pretty well unchanged (apart from the surfacing of course) were perfect for the low traffic conditions. Scenery magnificent.
Kithira is a very interesting island. Fairly isolated so you don't get that typical tourist feel. The people are amazing, welcoming, respectful. The island has a good network of roads and fairly well marked signs. We found the driving to be very challenging compared to other places in Greece. In fact I would say dangerous. The nature is beautiful and the views of the sea coming down the mountains is incredible. Accessing most beaches is challenging and after driving to some of them, they are very remote and the roads should not be driveable in the horrible state they are in. St.John of the cave and Panagia Myrtidiotissa are must sees. Please be respectful with proper attire. There were half naked tourists in this holy place, despite signs indicating that you must be covered. Kithira will give you a more traditional feel of Greece if that's what you're looking for.
This island is a quiet, traditional island with a vibrant local population living their lives whilst welcoming visiting tourists. It has great beaches and some interesting 'off the beaten track' places to see.
Perfect place to stay, traditional guesthouse. The staff were very kind and helpful and Chora is marvellous