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Kimolos is an unexplored paradise. This small island with incredible natural beauties belongs to the complex of southwest Cyclades islands and it is very close to Milos. It has a ground of 37sq. km and it is a volcanic island with a variety of rocks. Some of the rare rocks we meet in the island are perlitis, kaolines and the highly impressive white rock betonitis or kimolia land, as it is mostly known. In Kimolos you can find deposits of semi-precious stones, like amethyst, quartz and opal.
But, apart from rocks, the island is famous for its fauna and flora. Its shores are a shelter to Mediterranean monk seal, while in the hilly bulks you will meet the rare specimen of viper lepetina, the blue lizard, the golden owl and thalassokorakas.
Kimolos has beautiful beaches that satisfy all tastes. Thin sand, pebbles and rocky shores compose a unique puzzle. The beaches of Aliki and Bonatsa are the biggest in the island. The beach of Agios Georgios with the white sand is one of the most impressive landscapes in the island. Small ports with hidden beaches reached only by boat give the sensation of a private beach.
Kimolos is ideal for peaceful vacations. Visit her and let yourself into her enchantment

Discover in a glance the best things to see and do in Kimolos island

Psathi is Kimolos’ port. Its settlement is the most densely populated in the island. Here you will find many shops, taverns, coffeehouses and rooms to let.
It is a characteristic village of Cyclades islands with white-washed houses, cobblestone pavements and many churches.

Chorio, the island’s capital, is built in the southeast part of Kimolos 1km from the port. It is consisted by two settlements, Mesa Kastro and Exo Kastro, which communicate to each other by four entrances – passages, the so-called Portares.

Goupa is a small fishing village you can go to just walk around or take a swim in the tiny port. It is lined with a few brightly painted boat garages that add to the village’s charm.

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Η Κίμωλος είναι ένας ανεξερεύνητος παράδεισος. Το μικρό νησί με τις απίστευτες φυσικές καλλονές ανήκει στο σύμπλεγμα των νοτιοδυτικών Κυκλάδων και βρίσκεται πολύ κοντά στη Μήλο.
Έχει έκταση 37 τ. χλμ. και είναι ηφαιστειογενές νησί, με μοναδική ποικιλία πετρωμάτων. Μερικά από τα σπάνια πετρώματα που συναντάμε στο νησί είναι ο περλίτης, οι καολίνες και τα ιδιαίτερα εντυπωσιακά λευκά βράχια ο μπετονίτης ή η κιμώλια γη, όπως είναι η εμπορική της ονομασία. Στη Κίμωλο υπάρχουν και κοιτάσματα με ημιπολύτιμους λίθους, όπως αμέθυστος, χαλαζίες και οπάλιο.
Εκτός όμως, από τον πλούτο του σε πετρώματα το νησί φημίζεται και για τη χλωρίδα και τη πανίδα του. Στις ακτές του βρίσκει καταφύγιο η μεσογειακή φώκια, ενώ στους ορεινούς της όγκους συναντάτε το σπάνιο είδος της οχιάς λεπετίνα, η μπλε σαύρα, η χρυσή κουκουβάγια και ο θαλασσοκόρακας.
Η Κίμωλος διαθέτει υπέροχες παραλίες που ικανοποιούν όλα τα γούστα. Ψιλή αμμουδιά, βότσαλο και βραχώδης ακτές συνθέτουν το μοναδικό παζλ των ακτών της. Οι παραλίες της Αλυκής και της Μπονάτσας είναι από τις μεγαλύτερες αμμουδιές του νησιού. Η παραλία του Αγίου Γεωργίου με τη λευκή αμμουδιά είναι από τα εντυπωσιακότερα τοπία του νησιού. Τα μικρά λιμανάκια με τις κρυφές παραλίες που προσεγγίζονται μόνο με καΐκια δίνουν την αίσθηση της ιδιωτικές πλαζ.
Η Κίμωλος προσφέρετε για ήσυχες διακοπές. Επισκεφθείτε την και αφεθείτε στη μαγεία της…

Ανακαλύψτε με μια ματιά τα καλύτερα πράγματα που μπορείτε να δείτε και να κάνετε στη Κίμωλο

Η Ψάθη είναι το λιμάνι της Κιμώλου. Ο οικισμός του είναι ο πιο πυκνοκατοικημένος του νησιού. Εδώ θα βρείτε τα περισσότερα εμπορικά καταστήματα, ταβέρνες, καφετέριες και ενοικιαζόμενα διαμερίσματα.
Πρόκειται για ένα χαρακτηριστικό κυκλαδίτικο χωριό με κατάλευκα σπίτια, πλακόστρωτα δρομάκια και πολλές εκκλησίες.
Διαθέτει μια πανέμορφη παραλία για κολύμπι, ενώ μπορείτε να προσεγγίσετε με τα πόδια ή με βάρκα και τις παραλίες Αλυκή, Μπονάτσα, Κλήμα και Μοναστήρια. Επίσης, από τη Ψάθη με καΐκι μπορείτε να επισκεφθείτε το γειτονικό ακατοίκητο νησάκι Πολύαιγο και να κολυμπήσετε στις αμμουδιές του.
Το Χωριό, η πρωτεύουσα του νησιού , είναι κτισμένο στη νοτιοανατολική πλευρά της Κιμώλου και απέχει ένα χιλιόμετρο από το λιμάνι. Αποτελείτε από δύο οικισμούς, το Μέσα Κάστρο και το Έξω Κάστρο, οι οποίοι συγκοινωνούν από τέσσερις εισόδους – περάσματα, τις λεγόμενες Πορτάρες.
Το Μέσα Κάστρο είναι κτισμένο γύρω από τον πυρήνα του μεσαιωνικού κάστρου. Οι εξωτερικοί τοίχοι των παλαιών σπιτιών ενώνονται και δημιουργούν τις οχυρώσεις του κάστρου. Αποτελεί χαρακτηριστικό δείγμα αιγαιοπελαγίτικης οχυρωματικής αρχιτεκτονικής. Οι περισσότερες κατοικίες χρονολογούνται από τον 13ο αιώνα. Στενά πλακόστρωτα δρομάκια και πολλές εκκλησίες συνθέτουν το σκηνικό του οικισμού που ταξιδεύει τους επισκέπτες σε περασμένες εποχές.
Ένα ακόμη χαρακτηριστικό του Χωριού είναι η ύπαρξη πολλών εκκλησιών. Μικρά γραφικά ξωκλήσια αλλά και μεγαλόπρεπης ναοί τραβούν τη προσοχή των περιπατητών. Ξεχωρίζει η εκκλησία του Χρίστου, που σύμφωνα με την εντοιχισμένη επιγραφή ιδρύθηκε το 1592.
Ο οικισμός Έξω Κάστρο, κτίστηκε τον 17ο αιώνα και εκτείνεται γύρω από τις οχυρώσεις του Κάστρου. Η αρχιτεκτονική του είναι λιτή και πιστή στη κυκλαδίτικη παράδοση.Η περιήγηση στο χωριό θα σας μείνει αξέχαστη. Οι εικόνες που θα αντικρίσετε είναι μοναδικές και θα σας χαρίσουν εκπληκτικές φωτογραφίες για το άλμπουμ των διακοπών σας.
Εξερευνώντας το νησί, στη θέση Ελληνικά θα δείτε τα ερείπια της αρχαίας πόλης. Στην περιοχή Πράσα γίνεται η εξόρυξη της κιμωλίας, που είναι ένα από τα βασικά συστατικά για την κατασκευή της πορσελάνης.Στο χωριό θα βρείτε ενοικιαζόμενα δωμάτια. Στις ταβέρνες θα δοκιμάσετε τη παραδοσιακή κουζίνα και το βράδυ θα απολαύσετε το πότο σας, με θέα το κάστρο και το Αιγαίο.

Η Γκούπα είναι ένα μικρό ψαροχώρι όπου μπορείτε να περπατήσετε ή να κολυμπήσετε στο μικρό λιμάνι. Είναι επενδεδυμένο με λίγα φωτεινά βαμμένα γκαράζ που προσθέτουν στη γοητεία του χωριού.

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Kimolos is an unexplored paradise. This small island with incredible natural beauties belongs to the complex of southwest Cyclades islands and it is very close to Milos. It has a ground of 37sq. km and it is a volcanic island with a variety of rocks. Some of the rare rocks we meet in the island are perlitis, kaolines and the highly impressive white rock betonitis or kimolia land, as it is mostly known. In Kimolos you can find deposits of semi-precious stones, like amethyst, quartz and opal.
But, apart from rocks, the island is famous for its fauna and flora. Its shores are a shelter to Mediterranean monk seal, while in the hilly bulks you will meet the rare specimen of viper lepetina, the blue lizard, the golden owl and thalassokorakas.
Kimolos has beautiful beaches that satisfy all tastes. Thin sand, pebbles and rocky shores compose a unique puzzle. The beaches of Aliki and Bonatsa are the biggest in the island. The beach of Agios Georgios with the white sand is one of the most impressive landscapes in the island. Small ports with hidden beaches reached only by boat give the sensation of a private beach.
Kimolos is ideal for peaceful vacations. Visit her and let yourself into her enchantment

Discover in a glance the best things to see and do in Kimolos island

Psathi is Kimolos’ port. Its settlement is the most densely populated in the island. Here you will find many shops, taverns, coffeehouses and rooms to let.
It is a characteristic village of Cyclades islands with white-washed houses, cobblestone pavements and many churches.

Chorio, the island’s capital, is built in the southeast part of Kimolos 1km from the port. It is consisted by two settlements, Mesa Kastro and Exo Kastro, which communicate to each other by four entrances – passages, the so-called Portares.

Goupa is a small fishing village you can go to just walk around or take a swim in the tiny port. It is lined with a few brightly painted boat garages that add to the village’s charm.

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Kimolos is an unexplored paradise. This small island with incredible natural beauties belongs to the complex of southwest Cyclades islands and it is very close to Milos. It has a ground of 37sq. km and it is a volcanic island with a variety of rocks. Some of the rare rocks we meet in the island are perlitis, kaolines and the highly impressive white rock betonitis or kimolia land, as it is mostly known. In Kimolos you can find deposits of semi-precious stones, like amethyst, quartz and opal.
But, apart from rocks, the island is famous for its fauna and flora. Its shores are a shelter to Mediterranean monk seal, while in the hilly bulks you will meet the rare specimen of viper lepetina, the blue lizard, the golden owl and thalassokorakas.
Kimolos has beautiful beaches that satisfy all tastes. Thin sand, pebbles and rocky shores compose a unique puzzle. The beaches of Aliki and Bonatsa are the biggest in the island. The beach of Agios Georgios with the white sand is one of the most impressive landscapes in the island. Small ports with hidden beaches reached only by boat give the sensation of a private beach.
Kimolos is ideal for peaceful vacations. Visit her and let yourself into her enchantment

Discover in a glance the best things to see and do in Kimolos island

Psathi is Kimolos’ port. Its settlement is the most densely populated in the island. Here you will find many shops, taverns, coffeehouses and rooms to let.
It is a characteristic village of Cyclades islands with white-washed houses, cobblestone pavements and many churches.

Chorio, the island’s capital, is built in the southeast part of Kimolos 1km from the port. It is consisted by two settlements, Mesa Kastro and Exo Kastro, which communicate to each other by four entrances – passages, the so-called Portares.

Goupa is a small fishing village you can go to just walk around or take a swim in the tiny port. It is lined with a few brightly painted boat garages that add to the village’s charm.

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Kimolos is an unexplored paradise. This small island with incredible natural beauties belongs to the complex of southwest Cyclades islands and it is very close to Milos. It has a ground of 37sq. km and it is a volcanic island with a variety of rocks. Some of the rare rocks we meet in the island are perlitis, kaolines and the highly impressive white rock betonitis or kimolia land, as it is mostly known. In Kimolos you can find deposits of semi-precious stones, like amethyst, quartz and opal.
But, apart from rocks, the island is famous for its fauna and flora. Its shores are a shelter to Mediterranean monk seal, while in the hilly bulks you will meet the rare specimen of viper lepetina, the blue lizard, the golden owl and thalassokorakas.
Kimolos has beautiful beaches that satisfy all tastes. Thin sand, pebbles and rocky shores compose a unique puzzle. The beaches of Aliki and Bonatsa are the biggest in the island. The beach of Agios Georgios with the white sand is one of the most impressive landscapes in the island. Small ports with hidden beaches reached only by boat give the sensation of a private beach.
Kimolos is ideal for peaceful vacations. Visit her and let yourself into her enchantment

Discover in a glance the best things to see and do in Kimolos island

Psathi is Kimolos’ port. Its settlement is the most densely populated in the island. Here you will find many shops, taverns, coffeehouses and rooms to let.
It is a characteristic village of Cyclades islands with white-washed houses, cobblestone pavements and many churches.

Chorio, the island’s capital, is built in the southeast part of Kimolos 1km from the port. It is consisted by two settlements, Mesa Kastro and Exo Kastro, which communicate to each other by four entrances – passages, the so-called Portares.

Goupa is a small fishing village you can go to just walk around or take a swim in the tiny port. It is lined with a few brightly painted boat garages that add to the village’s charm.

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Kimolos is an unexplored paradise. This small island with incredible natural beauties belongs to the complex of southwest Cyclades islands and it is very close to Milos. It has a ground of 37sq. km and it is a volcanic island with a variety of rocks. Some of the rare rocks we meet in the island are perlitis, kaolines and the highly impressive white rock betonitis or kimolia land, as it is mostly known. In Kimolos you can find deposits of semi-precious stones, like amethyst, quartz and opal.
But, apart from rocks, the island is famous for its fauna and flora. Its shores are a shelter to Mediterranean monk seal, while in the hilly bulks you will meet the rare specimen of viper lepetina, the blue lizard, the golden owl and thalassokorakas.
Kimolos has beautiful beaches that satisfy all tastes. Thin sand, pebbles and rocky shores compose a unique puzzle. The beaches of Aliki and Bonatsa are the biggest in the island. The beach of Agios Georgios with the white sand is one of the most impressive landscapes in the island. Small ports with hidden beaches reached only by boat give the sensation of a private beach.
Kimolos is ideal for peaceful vacations. Visit her and let yourself into her enchantment

Discover in a glance the best things to see and do in Kimolos island

Psathi is Kimolos’ port. Its settlement is the most densely populated in the island. Here you will find many shops, taverns, coffeehouses and rooms to let.
It is a characteristic village of Cyclades islands with white-washed houses, cobblestone pavements and many churches.

Chorio, the island’s capital, is built in the southeast part of Kimolos 1km from the port. It is consisted by two settlements, Mesa Kastro and Exo Kastro, which communicate to each other by four entrances – passages, the so-called Portares.

Goupa is a small fishing village you can go to just walk around or take a swim in the tiny port. It is lined with a few brightly painted boat garages that add to the village’s charm.

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Kimolos is an unexplored paradise. This small island with incredible natural beauties belongs to the complex of southwest Cyclades islands and it is very close to Milos. It has a ground of 37sq. km and it is a volcanic island with a variety of rocks. Some of the rare rocks we meet in the island are perlitis, kaolines and the highly impressive white rock betonitis or kimolia land, as it is mostly known. In Kimolos you can find deposits of semi-precious stones, like amethyst, quartz and opal.
But, apart from rocks, the island is famous for its fauna and flora. Its shores are a shelter to Mediterranean monk seal, while in the hilly bulks you will meet the rare specimen of viper lepetina, the blue lizard, the golden owl and thalassokorakas.
Kimolos has beautiful beaches that satisfy all tastes. Thin sand, pebbles and rocky shores compose a unique puzzle. The beaches of Aliki and Bonatsa are the biggest in the island. The beach of Agios Georgios with the white sand is one of the most impressive landscapes in the island. Small ports with hidden beaches reached only by boat give the sensation of a private beach.
Kimolos is ideal for peaceful vacations. Visit her and let yourself into her enchantment

Discover in a glance the best things to see and do in Kimolos island

Psathi is Kimolos’ port. Its settlement is the most densely populated in the island. Here you will find many shops, taverns, coffeehouses and rooms to let.
It is a characteristic village of Cyclades islands with white-washed houses, cobblestone pavements and many churches.

Chorio, the island’s capital, is built in the southeast part of Kimolos 1km from the port. It is consisted by two settlements, Mesa Kastro and Exo Kastro, which communicate to each other by four entrances – passages, the so-called Portares.

Goupa is a small fishing village you can go to just walk around or take a swim in the tiny port. It is lined with a few brightly painted boat garages that add to the village’s charm.

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Kimolos is an unexplored paradise. This small island with incredible natural beauties belongs to the complex of southwest Cyclades islands and it is very close to Milos. It has a ground of 37sq. km and it is a volcanic island with a variety of rocks. Some of the rare rocks we meet in the island are perlitis, kaolines and the highly impressive white rock betonitis or kimolia land, as it is mostly known. In Kimolos you can find deposits of semi-precious stones, like amethyst, quartz and opal.
But, apart from rocks, the island is famous for its fauna and flora. Its shores are a shelter to Mediterranean monk seal, while in the hilly bulks you will meet the rare specimen of viper lepetina, the blue lizard, the golden owl and thalassokorakas.
Kimolos has beautiful beaches that satisfy all tastes. Thin sand, pebbles and rocky shores compose a unique puzzle. The beaches of Aliki and Bonatsa are the biggest in the island. The beach of Agios Georgios with the white sand is one of the most impressive landscapes in the island. Small ports with hidden beaches reached only by boat give the sensation of a private beach.
Kimolos is ideal for peaceful vacations. Visit her and let yourself into her enchantment

Discover in a glance the best things to see and do in Kimolos island

Psathi is Kimolos’ port. Its settlement is the most densely populated in the island. Here you will find many shops, taverns, coffeehouses and rooms to let.
It is a characteristic village of Cyclades islands with white-washed houses, cobblestone pavements and many churches.

Chorio, the island’s capital, is built in the southeast part of Kimolos 1km from the port. It is consisted by two settlements, Mesa Kastro and Exo Kastro, which communicate to each other by four entrances – passages, the so-called Portares.

Goupa is a small fishing village you can go to just walk around or take a swim in the tiny port. It is lined with a few brightly painted boat garages that add to the village’s charm.

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Kimolos is an unexplored paradise. This small island with incredible natural beauties belongs to the complex of southwest Cyclades islands and it is very close to Milos. It has a ground of 37sq. km and it is a volcanic island with a variety of rocks. Some of the rare rocks we meet in the island are perlitis, kaolines and the highly impressive white rock betonitis or kimolia land, as it is mostly known. In Kimolos you can find deposits of semi-precious stones, like amethyst, quartz and opal.
But, apart from rocks, the island is famous for its fauna and flora. Its shores are a shelter to Mediterranean monk seal, while in the hilly bulks you will meet the rare specimen of viper lepetina, the blue lizard, the golden owl and thalassokorakas.
Kimolos has beautiful beaches that satisfy all tastes. Thin sand, pebbles and rocky shores compose a unique puzzle. The beaches of Aliki and Bonatsa are the biggest in the island. The beach of Agios Georgios with the white sand is one of the most impressive landscapes in the island. Small ports with hidden beaches reached only by boat give the sensation of a private beach.
Kimolos is ideal for peaceful vacations. Visit her and let yourself into her enchantment

Discover in a glance the best things to see and do in Kimolos island

Psathi is Kimolos’ port. Its settlement is the most densely populated in the island. Here you will find many shops, taverns, coffeehouses and rooms to let.
It is a characteristic village of Cyclades islands with white-washed houses, cobblestone pavements and many churches.

Chorio, the island’s capital, is built in the southeast part of Kimolos 1km from the port. It is consisted by two settlements, Mesa Kastro and Exo Kastro, which communicate to each other by four entrances – passages, the so-called Portares.

Goupa is a small fishing village you can go to just walk around or take a swim in the tiny port. It is lined with a few brightly painted boat garages that add to the village’s charm.

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