KYTHNOS is an island in the Western Cyclades between Kea and Serifos. It is located 56 nautical miles from Piraeus port and only 2 hours from the port of Lavrio. The island is also called Thermia. This name is due to the hot springs that exist until today in the Bight of the baths.
It has 92 bays and coves, beaches that can be reached by road and scattered white small villages. The residents take care of their land and produce outstanding local products such as cheese and thyme honey. The climate is considered very healthy and pleasant stay despite the strong northerly winds.
It is an ideal holiday destination for those who love the simplicity, the contact with the nature and course delivery.