An island or a forgotten paradise of wild beauty. All of its 45-50 permanent residents and 22 acres are waiting for you to have a different vacation. 

Most of the residents and life of the island comprising of two cafés-grocery shops are to be found at Potamos, at the port. 

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What should you do while on the island?

  • Visit the Castle, a walled city of the Hellenistic period. 
  • Visit the Temple of Apollo.
  • Stop at Andonikos’ watermill, built at the beginning of the 19th century.
  • Next stop is the Apolitara Lighthouse, which you can only access by boat. 
  • Go to the Medieval monuments at Potamos. 
  • If you are there on the 16th August don’t miss the fair at Agios Myronas. 

Where can you go swimming?

There are three accessible beaches on the island where you can take a swim! First is Kamarela, a small natural wonder with high rocks that look like works of art and pristine waters. Next is the pebbled beach of Ksiropotamos and Chalara with their crystal-clear waters. 

Free camping is allowed on the island so if you are a fan of alternative tourism take your tent and discover this unexplored paradise. 

Extra tip: Do not forget to try the local wild goat meat. 

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Useful Telephone Numbers for Antikythera Island:

Antikythera Police Department: +30 27360 33767
Ferry Routes from Piraeus Information: 14541
Neapoli Port Authorities: +30 27340 22228
Gytheio Port Authorities: +30 27330 22262
Kisamos Port Authorities: +30 28220 22024