Kea Island - Cyclades Greece
The Cycladic island of Kea, or Tzia as it is also known, is located very close to the south eastern coast of Athens and from the famous site of Sounion, the island is just a few nautical kilometers away.
Kea is a very popular Greek island and it's close proximity to the mainland make it a great place to visit throughout the year. Many Athenians head to Kea for weekend breaks and National holidays.
There are many places of interest located all over Kea, and the island has an extremely interesting and rich history. Visitors to the island can visit some of the impressive archaeological sites. There are also some great beaches on the island.
Kea has a selection of hotels and accommodation for your stay here. You will also find a very nice selection of tavernas where you can sample some of the tasty local cuisine.
In our Kea travel guide, you will find a wide selection of useful information for your holidays and vacations to the island including information on the towns and villages, hotels and accommodation, entertainment, nightlife, sites and museums, beaches, churches and much more for your travels to Kea.
Our Greek language travel guide to Kea can be found at www.κέα.com and is a great resource for Greek speakers for this popular island in Greece.