East: Diakofti, Kaladi, Paleopoli, Componada
North: Lorentzou, Fournoi, Furi Ammos
West: Melidoni, Kalami, Lukodhmos
South: Chalkos, Furi Ammos, Chalkos, Kyriakoulou
THE CASTLE OF KYTHIRA: The castle was built in the "Chora" by the Venetians during the 16th century. Around the castle there are many churches which date back to the 15th century. One church is dedicated to Panagia Myrtidiotissa, the protector of the island.
MONASTERIES: Saint John on the cliff (Kapsali), Moni Myrtidion, Saint Elessa, Saint Moni.
FESTIVALS: Wine festival (Mitata 8-9/8), Karavas Festival (18/8), Potamos Festival (15/8), Fratsia Festival (22/8), Livadi Festival (20/7), Avlemonas Festival (25/7), Kalamos Festival (15/9), Agia Pelagia Festival (22/9).
KYTHIRA DIVE CENTER: http://www.kytheradive.gr/en/
KYTHIRA HIKING: http://www.kytherahiking.com/?lang=el
KYTHIRA YOGA & MEDITATION: https://www.facebook.com/Yoga-Meditation-on-Kythira-Greece-161207910718805/
Zeidoros in Kapsali tel. +30 2736038212
Mihalis in Mitata tel. +30 2736033626
Platanos in Mylopotamos tel. +30 2736033397
Panaretos in Potamos tel. +30 2736034290
Skandeia in Paleopoli tel. +30 2736033700 Mihalis at Mitata tel. +30 2736033626
Varkoula in Platia Ammos tel. +30 2736034224
Manolis in Diakofti tel. +30 2736033748
Mylopotamos - the picturesque village with the waterfalls of "Fonissa" and "Medieval" Kato Chora - with the Venetian castle and the Byzantine churches
Avlemonas - the lovely small port with the Venetian castle
Karavas - the colourful village, famous for the Amir Ali water springs
Chora - the central village of Kythira
Kapsali - the place to go out
Kalokairines - the most traditional Kytherian village
Potamos - the commercial center of the island