Kea is located approximately 40 miles (64 kilometers) from Athens, the country's capital.
See for yourself why Cyclades Islands is so beloved by international and local tourists alike, by taking to the road and experiencing the wonderful natural and man-made attractions in the vicinity of Kea. Palaia Fokaia, is 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east, and Anavyssos is situated 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southeast.
Andros, is another good spot to head to. It is approximately 35 miles (56 kilometers) from Kea and offers a great selection of things to see, for example Museum of Contemporary Art, Tourlitis Lighthouse and Zorgos Beach. If you still have time left, consider checking out Fasa Lighthouse, Kairis Library and Achla Beach before returning to Kea.
Houses of the holy are the perfect portals into a region's spiritual and religious cultures. The monasteries throughout Cyclades Islands are no exception. Cyclades Islands is known for its fine fortresses; these are often windows into the area's rich history.
Why don't you relax and enjoy during fun activities such as sunbathing and shore fishing. Both are popular with both visitors and locals alike. Tours are a great way to discover the places most visitors never see. So consider signing up for one of the city walking tours and winery tours.
At the end of your holiday in Kea, pack up your camera and mementos, spend your last of your euros on last-minute souvenirs, and bid a fond Yiá sou (farewell) to this wonderful spot.