Kea is a pure, charming and very picturesque island with small valleys, planted with vines and fruit-trees descending right down to the sea. It is doted with archaeological sites and artifacts, ancient foot paths, miniature chapels, windmills and monasteries.
Kea is the closest Cycladic island to Athens. The near proximity, the magnificent landscapes and beaches, as well as a surprisingly long network of marked paths for trekking have drawn many Athenians to build here some of the most eye-catching villas in our Greek portfolio.
The entire setting in Kea is picturesque and you will love its charming humbleness and quiet setting. Starting with its pretty harbor Korissia, featuring some small shops, cafes and restaurants and the more sophisticated Vourkari with its yachting marina, as well as a seaside scene with restaurants and bars, you will certainly also fall in love with wonderful Chora as well as the unspoiled countryside with small villages.
The island remains genuine for those seeking an unblemished experience and is an excellent alternative for those who want to experience Greece as the Greeks do.
How to get there
- By plane to Athens and from there by boat (1 hour)
- By helicopter from Athens (20 min)