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A peaceful retreat, only a short distance from the busy Greek capital, Kea has become a popular getaway destination for weekenders from Athens as well as sailing lovers, due to its natural beauty and cosmopolitan charm.

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Kea (also known as Tzia) is a well-loved Cycladic island with long-standing traditions and an intriguing past. Your attention will be drawn to its picturesque landscape by its verdant fields, lofty hills, vineyards, olive groves, ravines, coves, and isolated beaches. It is also a well-known sailing destination due to its close proximity to Attica. As a lot of shipwrecks are located on its seabed, its waters are very popular with divers. You will love Kea’s windmills, watermills, ancient churches, Hellenistic towers and never ending trails, which pass through no less than four historic cities (Ioulis, Korissia, Poiessa and Karthaia). In the island’s center, Chora was constructed on the foundations of the historic town of Ioulida, which served as Kea’s capital from the late Roman to the early Byzantine periods. It is a quaint little village with characteristic clay tile roofs, stone-paved streets, small terraces, galleries, and a challenging number of stairs.


  • Take a walk in Kea’s gorgeous capital, Ioulida
  • Discover the irresistible Spathi Beach
  • Visit the Church of St. Simeon
  • Check the “Atrapos” souvenirs
  • Have a sunset swim in the crystalline waters of Xyla Beach
  • Taste the famous local thyme honey
  • Spend the day fishing at Koundouraki beach
  • Enjoy a barefoot dinner on the “Strofi tou Mimi” beach in Vourkari
  • Visit “Leon bar”, the most historical bar in Tzia, dating back to the early 80’s

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