Traveling to Kythera

Making your holiday arrangements is exciting, but is often a lot of work. That’s why we are happy to help you plan your trip to Kythera. Of course you can choose to opt for the fastest way to get to Kythera. But how about a combined trip with a cultural visit to Athens or a journey by car through the beautiful Peloponnese?

Just ask us for a Travel Proposal. A Travel Proposal consists of a Travel Description and an Indication of the Travel Costs. All we need to know from you is:

– When you are planning to stay in Guesthouse Fos kè Chóros

– How many people are in your party, and birthdates of any children accompanying you

– Your place of residence

– Which method of travel appeals the most to you

 

There are many ways to get to Kythera. Below you will find a summary:

 

BY PLANE

Traveling to Kythera - airport Athens

Traveling to Kythera – airport Athens

From an airport somewhere in the world to Athens. It is easy to search and book a flight through websites like www.skyscanner.com. Then by plane with a short inland flight to Kythira. Olympic Air flies during the tourist season every day to Kythira and from November through March 6 times per week. For the timetable or bookings click here.

+ + Flying is safe and fast and it’s great to combine with a stay of 1 or 2 days in Athens.

Sky Express flies several times a week from Corfu to Kythera with stopovers on Zakynthos, Kefalonia and Epiros (on the main land of Greece). This makes it possible to go island hopping between the Ionian islands and Kythera. You book a flight from somewhere in the world to Corfu or one of the other islands.  It is easy to search and book a flight through websites like www.skyscanner.com. From there you take the plane to Kythera.  For the timetable or bookings click here.

+ + Flying is safe and fast and it’s a great way to combine 2 completely different islands.

Traveling to Kythera - port of Kythera

Traveling to Kythera – port of Kythera

BY PLANE, CAR AND BOAT

1. From an airport somewhere in the world to Athens. It is easy to search and book a flight through websites like www.skyscanner.com. Then rent a car at Athens airport which you can book online in advance. Click here for a comparison of rental rates.

From Athens you drive to Neapolis, in Souther Peloponnese. It takes about hours by car and the route along the coast and through mountains is very beautiful. Places like Nafpilion, Leonidio, Kosmas and Monemvasia invite you to visit or even to stay overnight. If you have several days to stay on the Peloponnesos you should also visit one or more of the historical locations such as Mycenae, Epidavros and Tyrene, which are all on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The ferry Neapolis – Kythira goes 6 to 13 times per week (depending on the season). Click here for the timetables.

 

WITH YOUR OWN CAR

1. Through the Balkans. You will need to plan your own trip through Europe. For the last part of the journey take the ferry from Neapolis to Kythera.

Via sea by ferry from Italy (Triest, Venice, Bari, Brindisi or Ancona) which brings you to Patras in the north of the Peloponnesos in less thanone and a half days. Click here for more information on the ferry schedules Italy-Greece. From Patras you travel by car to Neapolis to take the ferry to Kythira. So you will travel twice by ferry.

+ + Do you have more than 3 weeks vacation and enjoy driving and sailing on a boat? Then this could be a suitable trip for you.

 

 

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