Kea island

Explore the island’s local topography with its’ ancient walking routes and enjoy the distinctive architecture which is the work of human hands and toil. As one penetrates into the island he/she begins to discover the special charm of its physical and cultural personality.
Monasteries and old country churches, significant archaelogical sites and museum, fountain houses, water mills and wind mills. Stables and farmhouses, agricultural households, beekepers and owners of small livestock.

Despite the fact there is comparatively little water, the land is quite rich. Almond trees, olive trees, barley & vines and the oak forest constitute the scenery.

Not to mention the beaches…

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