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Kythnos Island, explore the unique Cyclades

Kontseta guest house located at the end of Merichas port just 20 meters from the deck of disembarkation with a panoramic view of the town and the sunset. Within walking distance there is a wider of restaurants, cafes, sweet shops, boutiques, super markets and grocery shops.


Merichas is the natural harbor of Kythnos
Located on the west side of Kythnos in the middle between the south and the north part of the island. The settlement has maintained its traditional character and there are two beaches within walking distance. The first is Merichas beach and is the harbor beach and the other is Martinakia beach, just 50 meters from the guest house. Martinakia is a sandy and pebbled beach with deep blue waters and tamarisk trees. It is a peaceful beach ideal for those looking for tranquility.


Would you like to explore one of the renowned Greek islands, but you wish to avoid the tourist masses? The secluded island of Kythnos is your perfect choice! Although it is one of the first islands to be reached by ferry from Athens, the island of Kythnos has remained an unexplored paradise, a truly gem of the Cyclades islands. Traditional villages with Cycladic architecture, a superb coastline with more than 90 beaches, a significant history dating back to the Mesolithic era, agricultural fields, hot springs, numerous hiking trails, one of the largest caves in Greece and the delicious local cuisine will undoubtedly offer you the best authentic active holidays on a Greek island. Located at the West Cyclades, Kythnos is easily accessible by ferry either from the port of Piraeus (3 hours) or Lavrio port (1 hour and half). You can decide on your departure port depending on your holiday’s schedule. What we can assure you of is that you will enjoy a truly authentic, active and fun vacation!

Activities in Kythnos

Hiking in Kythnos

Discover ancient trails
Kythnos's history goes back to Neolithic age. Discover the traces left by civilization from antiquity to the present by walking on the same paths our ancestors walked.