Kythira Ferry Port
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Please note that the information provided is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time we have received the same information from the Ferry Operators. The situation is changing rapidly and we will try to keep the website updated as soon as we receive updates from the ferry companies.
Currently it is not possible to book cheap Kythira ferries with Ferrysavers, but we are working hard to have them available to book soon.
Despite Kythira's history as a trade route and the fact that the sea has always been the most popular way to travel there, the modern port was not built until the mid-1990s.
Kythira is technically part of the Ionian islands, but is some distance from the other both in geography and landscape. Historically, Kythira has been a crossroad for many naval routes, and as a result has been influenced by a variety of cultures, reflected both in the architecture and customs. While its population has decreased, many thousands of Greek descendants living in the USA and Australia trace their roots back to Kythira, and a large amount of these come back to visit for their holidays. Kythira is also a popular destination for Athenians to visit, but its unspoilt beaches and traditional offerings have yet to be discovered by most northern-European island-hoppers.