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What makes it special? Kea is close to the Greek mainland but many tourists pass it by.
Now that Athens has moved its airport away from the city and Piraeus, all the more reason to take the back door route to the islands. A morning flight, a short taxi ride to Lavrio and there will be time to look for Byron’s signature on the temple at Cape Sounion before catching the evening boat to Kea, with onward connections to the western Cyclades or Syros, hub of Aegean ferry schedules. Read more…
An island with such great history as Kea could not but be full of disperse monuments in land and sea. Either you take a short walk in Chora or you make an exploration trekking through the footpaths, you continuously stumble on interesting landmarks, dated from the prehistoric period to the previous century.