Welcome to Kythera!

Welcome to Kythera, the idyllic birthplace of Aphrodite.  A window in the middle of the Mediterranean. Walk in the paths of the heart and secret loves.

Κύθηρα, Κυθηρα, Kythera, Kythira, Kithira
Enjoy the beaches of Kythera with your friends. Swim in the Mediterranean. Thera are plenty of them, all so diferrent, so unique! Have a nice stay in Kythera!
Κύθηρα, Κυθηρα, Kythera, Kythira, Kithira
Kythera is at the cross-path of the civilizations of the Mediterranean - Dorians, Spartans and Athenians, Romans, Byzantines and Venetians...

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  • The Roxy Greek Museum in Bingara (news)  |   The Roxy Museum was conceived as a Greek-Australian museum. It should always be considered as such. However, George Poulos believes, that "to the degree that Kytherian’s dominated the 'shop-keeping phenomenon' in Australia, and by virtue of the Kytherian input into its inception and restoration, it could also be considered a Kytherian-Australian museum. By virtue of the grandeur of the building, the superiority of the displays, and the monetary value of the Roxy ‘complex’, it is undoubtedly the most significant 'Kytherian' Museum in the world.
  • We have the Greeks to thank for 16 Food Reasons (news)  |   The Greeks have singlehandedly shaped our modern society, and they have also -- and just as importantly -- shaped a way of eating that no country can rival. Not only is their cuisine swimming in fruity olive oil, drowned in red wine and full of mezedes, but it's also a diet that nutritionists across the board tout as the way to eat healthy. While we all try to eat like this, and happily so, the Greeks do it best. It's just their way of living, which explains why they're so much better at life than the rest of us.
  • City of Beneath the Waves - Pavlopetri (news)  |   A few nautical miles from the ancient town of Kythira, Castri, there is an ancient city under the water. It is one of the most ancient cities of Europe (and probably the oldest ). The archaeologist Dr. John Henderson, a professor of underwater archeology at the University of Nottingham in collaboration with scientists from around the world and with the support of the Underwater Antiquities Ephorate of Greece conducted a significant research in e few weeks. Enjoy the video about his project on the link below, which is produced by the BBC in collaboration with Drs. John Henderson.
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  • Lafcadio Hearn. A shadowy Greek (events) Curated by Dimosthenis Agrafiotis 27.03-16.4.2014, Lectures, workshops, roundtables, performances, films, videos, radio shows Center for the Arts BETON7: Pydnas 7 (Metro "Kerameikos"), Votatnikos
  • Ashtanga Yoga Retreat at Kapsali (events) Andrea Lutz & Aris Kapetanakis invite you in the island of Kythira for an Ashtanga Yoga Retreat. On saturday 7th of September 2013 the retreat starts with a dinner and it finishes with a brunch, saturday 14th of September.
  • Full Moon Party on Komponada (events) The enthusiastic team of the Komponada beach invites you to a unique summer event on 21 August 2013 at 22:00. A full moon Party on the beach till the sunrise. The king of the event is the dj and producer Thanos K.
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  • According to Hesiod’s myth Aphrodite was born in the sea of Kythera
  • "Un mondo fa un mondo, e il Cerigo un altro mondo". All the world is a world and Kythera is another world. venetian proverb