Kea or Tzia is just an hour away from the Port of Lavrio via ferry making it a popular summer weekend escape for Athenians. It has some beautiful beaches, ancient sites, hiking trails and fantastic eateries. The main town called Ioulis, sits at its very center, tucked between sloping green hills. Its cobbled streets, arched passages, shops and squares add to its quaint atmosphere.
Lagoudera Taverna on Kea is the locals’ choice for traditional home cooked Greek dishes. Plus, it...Continue Reading
A quick ferry ride from Athens takes you right to Kea island, a popular weekend escape...Continue Reading
At Aristos Taverna on Kea, Mr. Kostas wanted us to try his lobster pasta. However, the fishermen...Continue Reading
Our Kea boat tour took off. The view of Vourkari docks shrunk behind us as we looked forward...Continue Reading
At the Red Tractor Farm guesthouse, there was a red tractor. In fact, there were two.Continue Reading