Lying east of Athens, Koufonisia are a cluster of islands {Ano (Upper), Kato (Lower) Koufonissi & Keros} of the Small Cyclades in central Aegean, south east of Naxos & west of Amorgos. 

The eastern side of the island is adorned with many charming beaches with golden sand or pebbles and the landscape is completed with small deserted bays lined with sand and cave-forming rocks. Some of the beaches have taverns and beach bars that organise parties at nights with a full moon. The waters are of unrivalled beauty! Don't hesitate to discover the natural beauties and the xerophyte landscape of the Cyclades by strolling along the natural footpaths of the island. 

Kato Koufonissi is almost uninhabited. It features only a handful of houses, beautiful beaches and a quaint tavern famous for its fish soup. Don't forget to taste it! 

Uninhabited Keros is a protected archaeological site. A large number of ancient Cycladic art pieces have been excavated in the 20th century at the most imposing manmade structure in all the Cyclades archipelago. Complex engineering and metal-work discovered beneath ancient Greek 'pyramid'


Village: Villas are 300m from town - shops, taverns, mini market: 450m

Closest beach: pebble and sandy beaches: 500m (Finikas) 

Sea caves: 800m 

Port: 1,2 km 

Kato Koufonissi: 20 min by caique 

Glaronissi: 15 min by caique

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