a traditional Cycladic maisonette house perched on the top of a peninsula gazing the Aegean Sea in the Western Cyclades. Located in the area of Agios Dimitrios at the southeastern part of the picturesque island of Kythnos, it is just a few minutes’ walk from two beautiful beaches (Agios Dimitrios & Aliki).
Agios Dimitrios is a 20-minute drive (17 klm) from Merichas, the port of Kythnos, and (19 klm) from Chora. Access to the island is easy due to its proximity to Athens and the regular boat services. You can take either the conventional car ferries or high-speed ones. The average duration of the ferry trip is 1 hour & 40’ from the port of Lavrion and 3 hours from the port of Piraeus.
The ultimate highlight of the house is the location itself with the magnificent and unobstructed view at the sea. During sunset time, don’t miss enjoying a glass of cool white wine either at the balcony or at the huge veranda.
The whole 2-floor house will be at your disposal. On the ground floor you will find the fully equipped kitchen with a dining room, the living room with two single sofas and a big couch that transforms into a double bed and a spacious modern cement bathroom with a shower.
The lower floor has three bedrooms. The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom with a shower, the other big bedroom has a double bed and a sofa single bed, ideal for one more adult or a child, and the third smaller bedroom has a semi-double bed.
The house is ideal for relaxation and privacy and it is highly recommended for families, for couples with or without kids, as well as for large groups of friends.
The lower floor, where the bedrooms are located, has a second separate entrance, with direct access to a big veranda and an outdoor shower which is very convenient on your way back from the beach!
As far as nearby dining options are concerned, there are two restaurants at the beach of Agios Dimitrios, which are considered among the best tavernas of Kythnos. You can taste real Greek traditional recipes and home-made dishes, such the authentic “sfouggata” (fried cheese croquettes) and goat chops from the local farm.