The remains of Karthia can be seen at the end of the island, facing the opposite Kithnos. Kea Island is a favorite place for wealthy citizens of the capital because of the proximity of the island with Attica. Mountain, but with fertile valleys, Kea has been famous since ancient times for its wine, honey production and almond growing.
The same applies to the attractive and popular resort of Vurkari, located to the north - the resort is especially popular with its good taverns. While visiting the island, visit the archaeological complex Agia Airena, where there is a chapel of the same name.
The island's port city / Korissia / can be quite overcrowded, especially during the holiday season.
Useful information about Kea island
Castro district can be reached through a beautiful white passage, built on the site of an ancient acropolis. In this part, the Venetians, led by Domenico Micheli, built in 1210. A castle with stones from the ancient walls of the Temple of Apollo. Here is a beautiful panoramic view.