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One of the Cyclades islands and the closest to Attica. Its capital is Ioulis, an inland, high altitude village, built at the same location as the ancient town. Other major villages are the port of Korissia and Vourkari.

Kea is an hour ferry trip from Lavrio Port. For tickets you can visit the following links: or or
A mountainous island, rich vegetation with abundant spring waters and beautiful cobbled paths, Kea is ideal for hiking. All 12 paths are well signposted and lead to magnificent beaches.

Most beaches can be easily reached by car and offer amenities (Otzias, Gialiskari, Spathi, Xyla, Koundouros, and more) whereas many can be accessed by either hiking, 4WD vehicle or boat (rental upon request).
Kea is a one of a kind destination for divers as in its seabed lay four shipwrecks: Britannic (Titanic’ s twin sister), French ocean liner Burdigala, paddlewheel steamboat Patris and a German Junkers 52 airplane from WWII. You can explore Brittanic with a professional scuba-diving tutor (upon request).

The island has a very rich history from Ancient times to the Neoclassical times, that is reflected on its land until nowadays. Monuments, archeological sites, architectural sights and museums such as Ancient Karthaia and the Lion of Kea, narrate the most fascinating episodes from the past.
For further information about the island, you can also visit the following link:
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