Kythera a blend of Ionian, Aegean and Cretan Tradition
Kythera (or Kythira) a beautiful greek island on the southern side of Peloponnese has to offer so many beautiful landscapes and beaches.The island’s most characteristic monument is the castle of Chora! The castle or “Fortezza” was built in the 13th century when Kythera was dominated by the Venetians. The “Eye of Crete” as it was also called due to its strategic position, providing the observance of ships on three seas simultaneously – the Ionian, Aegean and Cretan. So many beaches to choose from, Kaladi, Melidoni, Chalkos or Diakofti are just some of my favorites. The food on the island is exceptional and you should definitely try “Fatourada”! A local liquer like no other.