The island of Kea (or Tzia) is full of natural beauty and long history, as manifested by its archaeological monuments. The visitors of the island are seduced by the pure Cycladic beauty, the variety of landscapes and its beautiful beaches.

Kea is the north-western island of the western Cyclades and is closest to the eastern coast of Attica. It is just one hour from Lavrion port and one and a half hours in total from "Eleftherios Venizelos" airport.

In Kea one can find a variety of landscapes. The forests of oaks in the mountains are followed by beautiful meadows. The steep ravines lead to picturesque bays and quiet beaches and all together create a harmonious and charming conclusion. The ruins of the ancient city and numerous scattered churches have archaeological and religious interest.

The island has paved trails - a paradise for hikers - most of which lead to beatiful beaches. In all paths, there are wooden destination signs. Although the island of Kea is not known for its nightlife, there are many options for good entertainment. The island is not overwhelmed with tourists and still maintains its traditional identity.