Contemplate the view from the Castle of Chora, then later enjoy a film in the open-air cinema in the courtyard of the elementary school.
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Your choice of the island’s excellent beaches is essentially a matter of taste, but the particular mythology of Kaladi makes it especially worthwhile for a swim there.
Paleochora has an eerie quality with its ruins standing silently abandoned. It is a place that excites the imagination.
Excursion to Skandia. In the area there are ruins of an ancient temple, thought to have been a place of worship of Ourania Aphrodite, but unmaintained as far as antiquarian sites go. Enjoy local favorites under the shade of the huge plane tree.
Although most agree that September is the best time on the island, August is always the peak month. All seasons are suitable for Kythira, but the festivities are mainly in July and September.
Swim at Kapsali. For something different, you can take the boat to the islet Hytra (a.k.a. Avgo) opposite, with its colorful underwater cave.
Greek coffee and news of the island in the village square.
Watermills, waterfalls, and dragonflies come together at Tsirigo; just follow the short path from Mylopotamos.
During your tour in the mainland, you may also visit the monastery Agios Ioannis en Krimno.
After clubbing till dawn, stop for a fresh tyropita (cheese pastry) at the village bakery. Check out the traditional paximadia (rusks) as well.
Apart from the many that are calibrated for tourists, give a chance to one of the mom and pop operations that will reward you with their family-style hospitality.