Steep mountains, small fields, olive groves, vineyards, valleys, picturesque coves, exciting hiking trails and off-the-beaten-track beaches, the largest oak forest in the Cyclades and trekking trails passing through four ancient cities (Ioulis, Korissia, Poiessa and Karthaia). Kea according to mythology was the home of the Water Nymphs due to its water resources and lush vegetation.
Situated in the centre of the island, at the site of the ancient city-state by the same name, the capital of Kéa (or Tziá), Ioulis, is a charming picturesque town with ceramic-tile roofed houses, cobbled streets, arched passages, steps and squares.
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