submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 13.05.2014
a empty potamo platia on a bleak and rainy early april day .. who says you cant find a seat in the platia on sundays .. go in april and you will always find seating !!
preparing the lambs for easter sunday lunch at agia pelagia, lovely day spent with family and friends
submitted by Kytherian Ecology on 13.05.2014
The island is also called Tsitigoto, from the name Cerigoto given by the Venetians, or even, Lee (Lioi), perhaps from the Aegila, the ancient name of the island. The island was of great strategic importance due to the position between Kythera and Crete. It flourished from 400 BC depended on the city Phalasarna located at the north western Cape Gramvoussa of Crete. The city was a pirate base and it seems that the island ...
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 10.05.2014
heavy mist sweeps across aroniathika on a dull April day .. photo taken from the aroniathika fire look out , when on a clear day , you can see virtually all of the island with magnificent views of the island ... but not today unfortunately ...
the panayia icon of myrtithia on its way up to the potamo church on the back of this truck, as part of the icon visiting every village after Easter on the island , closely followed by the bishop in his car ,
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 09.05.2014
after a big lunch of lamb, chicken, salads only one thing to on easter sunday is dance the afternoon away and dance they did with great music ...
large crowd celebrate easter at agia pelagia on easter suday .. on a lovely sunny afternoon with famlies enjoying the food, music and relaxing on easter sunday .. xpona polla !!
the cooking of lambs for sunday easter lunches at agia pelagia
the beautiful nothern end of the island, karava and surrounding areas make for a lovely drive on a clear and brisk april day ..
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 07.05.2014
this beautiful rainbow highlighted kythera; it stretched from kavo malia to the end of the mountains at agia moni...after a early april shower ..
submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 28.03.2014
It's certainly grown!
View from the water. It sure has changed!
submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 26.03.2014
What a difference to now!
It sure has changed!
Taken on my first trip to Kythera.
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 08.03.2014
on a summers night at kapsali bay, after dinner , a highlight is to take a walk towards the ' mollo ' [ the jetty] you will always see magnificent boats from all over the world , that come to kythera in the summer ....
submitted by George Poulos on 04.01.2014
One of the most comprehensive views from anywhere on the island.
The sea traffic is always interesting, particularly at night time, when the massive ocean liners pass by, with all their lights on.
A very attractive 'paralia'.
wonderful church .. agia moni .. with wonderful views ...
Wild sage in the springtime
Surf at Firi Ammos beach
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