submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 06.03.2004
The beaches of Paliopoli to Firi Ammos.
The picturesque village of Avlemonas photographed from Agios Georgios.
The village of Diakofti and the new Port of Kythera photographed from Agios Georgios.
submitted by Harry Feros on 24.02.2004
A wider view of the bridge between Keramoto and the main road just south of Karvounathes, taken from the church grounds.
This is the bridge across to Keramoto, taken from the main road to the capital as you drive out of Karvounathes going south.
This house, which can be seen from the main road as you drive out of Aroniathika towards the capital. It has a strong fortress character as well as a venitian feel to it.
submitted by Rowan Parkes on 23.02.2004
as promised here are photographs of Kythera a la snow! enjoy!
as promised here are some pics of those wonderful snowy days on the island...enjoy!
as promised in the article "snow on Kythera 2004" here are some pics of magic snow in Kythera...enjoy!
as promised in the article "snow on Kythera in 2004" here are some shots of the magic winter moments... enjoy!
as promised in the article "snow on Kythera in 2004" here are some pics of those delightful days....enjoy!
as promised in the article "snow on Kythera in 2004" here are some shots from those magic moments...enjoy!
as promised in the article "snow on Kythera in 2004" here are some of the lovely photos from those magic days... enjoy
submitted by Sam Fitzpatrick on 16.01.2004
Taken from the winding road leading to the beach.
The most beautiful beach in the world.
submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 14.01.2004
The plystra (washing basins) in Amir Ali, Karavas.
submitted by Peter B. Tzannes on 13.01.2004
Mitata from the top of the hill behind Kypriotianika. In the distance are the monastery of St. George and Paliopoli.
submitted by Harry Feros on 11.01.2004
Taken from the water in Kapsali, this is the view up to the cliffs of Hora
These canons point in to the harbour at Kapsali - for the enemy who passed the canons at the Castro?
submitted by Harry Feros on 15.01.2004
thanks Peter Tzannes for pointing our that this village is Kypriotianika and not Keramouto as I first thought.
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