Boat trip around Kythira

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A boat trip around Kythira is a wonderful experience that will allow you to discover the coastline and picturesque beaches of the island from a different perspective. Such an activity is ideal for all ages, for families, for groups of friends or even for people traveling alone. Here are some ideas for such an excursion.

Your first move is to find out about the available sea excursions in Kythira so that you have a complete picture of what is on the island. There are scheduled daily group tours with specific itineraries that promise carefree and unforgettable moments. You could also rent a small boat or even a yacht, depending on your mood and the size of your party. Even for those who will come to the island with their own boat, the following ideas may be useful.

Browsing and exploring the beautiful beaches of Kythira depends on the time you have, as you can visit many beaches or focus on a few favourites.
After reaching a beach, enjoy swimming in the deep blue waters of the Ionian Sea. You can also practice water sports such as canoeing, SUP or diving.
If your excursion lasts all day, consider bringing a picnic, or visit a local restaurant on the beach for a romantic dinner overlooking the sunset. As you sail around the island, enjoy the natural environment of the coastline, the picturesque chapels perched on the rocky shores of the island, and the traditional architectural elements you encounter along the way.
These ideas will help you enjoy a unique experience of exploring Kythera by boat and create unforgettable memories. Always remember to follow safety regulations and check the weather before starting your excursion.

A boat ride around Kythira is a great way to see the island and relax while enjoying the view. Some of the sights you can see on a boat ride around Kythira include:
The unique beauty of the pyramidal rock island of Khytra, inside which there is a magnificent cave whose waters are colored in shades of electric blue, creating a metaphysical atmosphere.
The large Venetian Castle of Chora in the south of the island, built in the 13th century by the Venetians, and located on top of a steep hill overlooking Chora, and overlooking three seas.
Kalami beach, in the center west of the island, is a small and isolated beach that is very difficult to access from land. It is considered a virgin beach and stands out for its special natural beauty.
Kyriakoulou is a very small rocky beach located in the southern part of the island, and it is only accessible from the sea.
The large lighthouse in Mudari, which is located in the northernmost part of Kythira, and is considered one of the largest stone lighthouses in Greece.
The spectacular wreck of a ship that sunk in the previous decade out of shallow waters in Diakofti, and has remained half-submerged ever since, constituting an impressive tourist attraction.
The Baths of Aphrodite, otherwise known as the green lake, is a small natural pool just a few meters from the sea ideal for enjoyable dips.

Some tips for your boat trip around Kythira. as pleasant as possible. Book in advance especially during the summer months, boat tours can fill up quickly. Choose the right tour because there are many different boat tours available, so make sure you choose one that suits your interests and schedule.
Be sure to bring sunscreen, a hat and water, the sun can be very strong at sea so be sure to protect yourself from the sun, bring a swimsuit and towel if you want to swim.
Relax and enjoy the boat ride around Kythera, it’s a great opportunity to relax and enjoy the view.

Agia Pelagia Port Authority: +30 27360 33280. Diakofti Port Authority: +30 27360 34222
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