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Palaiopoli

Paleokastro was the capital of Greece during the Greek Antiquity. It is located on a hill near Paleopoli and shows signs of dwellings dating back...

Palaiopoli

Near Paleopoli used to stand the ancient port of Scandia, the main port of Paleokastro, Kythera’s capital city in the Antiquity. The port was destroyed...

Avlemonas

In 1992 archaeologist Ioannis Sakelarakis and his team discovered a Minoan peak sanctuary in front of the church of Agios Giorgis sto Vouno which had...

A small islet to the east of Kythera, where there is a sanctuary dedicated to Poseidon, god of the earth and earthquakes. The archaeological digs...

Kythera (Chora)

The best preserved castle on the island. It was erected in the 13th century by the Veniers but it is very likely that it was...

The Byzantine capital of the island was built in the 13th century. Its former name was Agios Dimitrios and consisted of a fort built inside...

Mylopotamos

One of the three main towns in medieval times, together with Paleochora and the Castle of Chora. Kato Chora is a Venetian fortification that was...

Livadi

Built in 1826 during the British occupation this is one of the largest bridges ever built in Europe by the British: 110 m long, 6...

Potamos

This bridge was built in 1823 by British legate Mackwell. It is supported on 7 arches and is made of stone and mortar. It is...

Livadi

During the British occupation the island’s occupying forces built several schools and forced the Kytherean people to make their children attend them. Those who did...

Karavas

Built by the British in 1857 it is one of the largest in Greece. It is 25 m high and is located at Cape Spathi,...

Kalokairines

In Kythera as in most of the Greek islands there are many windmills. The windmills in Kythera were built in the 19th century and were...

Mylopotamos

Most of the island’s watermills can be found In the small valley near the village of Mylopotamos.  There are a total of 23 watermills but...

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