Map & Directions
Only one hour by boat from Attica via the port of Lavrio, Kea is the closest island of the Cyclades to Athens. Agrikea situated between the port and the main village of the island is an ideal choice for relaxation giving you quick and easy access to the more lively spots of the island.
Centre of Athens – Port of Lavrio (by car)
Using the Attiki Odos ring road head towards Markopoulo and then continue to Lavrio.
Distance: 60km, Time: 1-1,5 hours.
By taxi the cost is about 60 euro.
Port of Kea – Agrikea (by car)
Distance: 4km, Time: 7 minutes
Car and motorbike hire at the port: http://www.rentacarkea.gr/en/
Or let us know and we will come to pick you up.
Kea (also known as Tzia) with its 2.5 thousand residents is the closest Cycladic island to Athens. It is linked to Attica via boat from the port of Lavrio, the journey taking only one hour. The terrain of the island with the deep valleys, the main village perched on the top of a hill, the oak tree forests and the lacy coastline with the small beaches give a unique atmosphere to the island.
The nightlife is concentrated in the port, the main village and Vourkari during the summer months and only the port during the winter months. The bars, the cafes and the restaurants are few, but they are good and cosmopolitan. Kea still has the feeling that it is not for the many, but for the ones in the know.