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Hotel Karthea
Hotel Karthea
8.5 Excellent
Korissia, Korissia, Greece
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0.2 km from city centre, Korissia, Kea, Greece 
ExcellentBased on 235 reviews
8.5

Hotel Karthea is located in Korissia and provides guests with free Wi-Fi. It also provides luggage storage, laundry facilities and a tour desk.

Porto Kea Suites
Porto Kea Suites
9.2 Excellent
Aghios Georgios Korissias, Korissia, Greece
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0.3 km from city centre, Korissia, Kea, Greece 
ExcellentBased on 183 reviews
9.2

Porto Kea Suites is situated on Kea, and provides 4-star accommodation in addition to a private beach. It also features an outdoor pool, a sauna and a gym.

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Hotel Karthea
Hotel Karthea
8.5 Excellent
Korissia, Korissia, Greece
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0.2 km from city centre,  

Hotel Karthea is located in Korissia and provides guests with free Wi-Fi. It also provides luggage storage, laundry facilities and a tour desk.

$98
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Porto Kea Suites
Porto Kea Suites
9.2 Excellent
Aghios Georgios Korissias, Korissia, Greece
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0.3 km from city centre,  

Porto Kea Suites is situated on Kea, and provides 4-star accommodation in addition to a private beach. It also features an outdoor pool, a sauna and a gym.

$143
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About Kea

Surrounded by rugged cliffs and sandy beaches, Kea is one of the most beautiful islands in the Cyclades archipelago. Approaching the harbour, you can admire the beautiful peach-coloured villas cascading down the hillside. The interior will enchant you with its rolling countryside, silvery olive groves and bountiful fruit orchards.

Things to do

Loulis, the island’s lively capital, is a great base for exploring Kea. You’ll love getting lost in the winding alleys and strolling around cobbled squares. Many of the historic buildings have been reimagined as artisan stores selling paintings, jewellery and handicrafts.

Kea will tantalise your taste buds with delicious local cuisine. Save your appetite for fresh Greek salads drizzled with local olive oil, lamb cooked in preserved lemon and “moussaka” layered with eggplant and beef. Wash down your meal with a glass of ouzo at a rustic tavern.

Kea spoils you with postcard-perfect beaches around every corner. Gialiskari is one of the most popular with its golden sand and crystalline water. When you’ve had your fix of sunshine, enjoy a refreshing dip in the Aegean Sea. Otzias is sheltered and family-friendly, while Korissia is peppered with colourful umbrellas and deck chairs.

Hiking to the Lion of Kea rewards you with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. The ancient stone carving is eight metres long and dates back to the 6th century BC. Handwritten wooden signs mark the trail to the Lion of Kea, which takes around 15 minutes at a leisurely pace.

Getting around

Rental cars offer the freedom to explore Kea at your own pace. Taxis are a quick and easy way to get around the island or you can also ride local buses. Ferries run between Lavrion Port in Athens and Kea in around one hour. Athens International Airport on the Greek mainland is the closest major airport.

Kea travel FAQs

  • Where is the best place to stay in Kea?

    Koundouros, Korissia, and Ioulis are some of the most favoured places to stay in Kea.

  • What are the best hotels in Kea?

    Anamar Kea Boutique Hotel, rated with a score of 8.6 from 111 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Kea. Other top stays include Agrikea, with an average rating of 9.7 from 92 reviewers, and Porto Kea Suites, with a score of 9.2 from 182 reviewers.