Kea, Beautiful Island in Aegean in Greece

Kea is an island of Cyclades archipelago, in the Aegean, Greece. These island is part of the unit Kea-Kythnos devices. Its capital, Ioulis,  the interior is  at a high altitude, the fear of pirates) and is considered quite picturesque. Other major villages of Kea are Korissia (port) and Vourkari (fishing village).  After suffering from the exodus of many decades, Kea has been recently rediscovered by Athens as a destination for weekend pleasure and yachting trips.

Kea Island has a small bay with sandy beach on the west coast line, protected against Meltemi – Piss wind.South of settlement, the ancient city was “Piiessa” on the coast, over a small valley rich. Ancient walls can be seen on the hills. Koundouros located one kilometer  south  of Settlement 15 of Ioulis. With summer houses and nice beach.  in addition, These islland also offers  the beauty of Otzi, is a sandy bay on the north, Ioulis southeast about 15 km is an ancient city which now called Poles. There is a Roman theater. It lies on the southern slope of the hill and dates from the 1st century BC, an ancient port, the remains of a temple of Athena in a style very good start of the 5th c. and one of Pythios Apollo. It stands on an artificial terrace on the eastern border of Karthaia and date from the late 6th or early 5th century BC of  Orkos Bay is a Settlement 11.4 km east of Ioulis.

Kea Cyclades in Greece
Kea in Greece
Orkos Bay at Kea Island