Swimming in the creek you will find small caves created by rocks. Take your mask to admire the Venetian cannons found at the bottom of the bay.
The access to the beach is difficult because the road stops and you have to continue about 15-20 minutes walking.
Melidoni is a small bay located in the southwestern part of the island near the village of Drimonas and below the monastery of Agia Elessa. It has fine sand and turquoise waters. The access to the beach is done by dirt road, not in good condition. However the beach is well organized. There is a canteen which organizes beach parties day and night.
From there, you can admire the Venetian castle, the island of Hytra, as well as Chora, the capital of the island.
The beach is organized with deck chairs, umbrellas and water bikes.
One side of the beach has pebbles and the other is sandy.
It is located in the southeastern part of the island and the access to the beach is done by dirt road via Kalamos village.
It is probably one of the longest beaches of the island.
It has red sand and pebbles and in the past won the Golden Starfish award for its natural beauty and the purity of waters.
Paleopoli is the largest beach on the island. It is located in the eastern part of Kythira, near the graphic village of Avlemonas. The beach is pebbly in some parts and sandy in some others. It is partially organized.
The kids can swim while you relax in the graphic taverns of the village. Walking from the village square, you will pass a large well and will reach a second picturesque harbor.
Admire the old Venetian custom-house with its solar clock and relax in the shade of ARACHTOPOLEIO for a coffee, juices and orange cake.