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Loutra Marina, Kythnos Island, Greece
Loutra Marina is a small port situated in the village of the same name on the shores of the Aegean Sea. A small, yet charming village built around a natural bay, Loutra has become a popular resort and manages to attract lots of tourists every year, especially those in search of thermal springs. The name “Loutra” means baths in Greek and describes the thermal springs of the area, appreciated since ancient times for their healing properties. The Archaeological site of Maroula is the oldest landmark of its kind in all of Greece and offers the chance to see superb rock carvings and beautiful sculptures. Restaurants in the area are open all year round and will welcome you with exquisite seafood dishes and traditional Greek cuisine. Kapetanios, Taverna Villa Stasa and Tarsanas are waiting to impress you with delicious menus fit for every taste and budget. Loutra Hotel and Edelweiss Apartments are the finest accommodation units and will mesmerise you with extraordinary seaside views.
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Attractions in Kythnos Island
An island soaked in nature and tradition, under the Cycladic sun, Kythnos is found between Kea and Serifos, a mere 56 nautical miles from the harbor of Piraeus. It is said that the island’s name traces back to king Kythnos of the Dryopes. The Cyclopean Walls and temples are presumed traces of their time, around the 13th century B.C., when the Dryopes immigrated to the island.
Home to more than 70 soft sandy beaches, whose waters are whispered to have medicinal properties, the island of Kythnos is an ideal destinations for tourists wanting to get away from the troubles of day to day life, guaranteeing total privacy. While here, you can immerse in a sea of tranquility, enjoy marvelous swimming in a calming atmosphere.
The most wonderful beach is said to be Kolona, a long stretch of soft sand that strolls onto the coast, into the sea and divides into two beaches. Agios Sostis can be found on the north part of the island, amid small pebbles and sand... more info
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