Villa Kanala, Kythnos

Villa Kanala can accommodate couples, friends and families looking for
moments of peace and tranquility in nature, away from the city.



  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1  Spacious Bathroom
  • Capacity : 4 Guests



  • Private outdoor seasonal pool
  • Daily cleaning service
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Large dining room
  • Fireplace
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • WiFi
  • BBQ
  • Outdoor oven
  • Outdoor dining area

Villa Kanala, Kythnos


Through the beauty of nature, the unique form of Villa Kanala emerges and is highlighted by the presence of a rock inside the villa. This rock dominates the space and hides a sweet story in its own monologue. Guided by the traditional architecture, we tried to keep the whole place unchanged from time. Those who pass through the doorstep realise that the traditional building of the villa was carried out with great care and love of nature.

Apart from the unique main features of the villa, made out of wood and stone , the furniture also, contribute to create an invaluable, warm and cozy atmosphere.

The garden, in particular, offers unforgettable moments of relaxation and serenity while listening to the bird’s singing around fragrant olive trees, lemon and orange trees, dates, quinces, tangerines, pears, peaches and figs.


Activities at Villa Kanala:

  • Pressing grapes in our garden
  • Kneading and preparing fresh hot bread in our wood oven
  • Make a spoon sweet
  • Visit to beehives
  • BBQ nights

Villa Kanala, Kythnos


Kythnos is a small Cycladic island with a circumference of 36 miles, an area of 99 square kilometers and about 1,500 people living in Chora, Dryopida, Loutra, Kanala and in Mericha. It is named after Kythnos, the mythical son of Apollo and leader of Dryopes who arrived in Kythnos from Evia in 14th century BC. Archaeological findings reveal the long history and strong presence of inhabitants on the island for centuries. Kythnos has many archaeological “treasures” that indicate the prosperity of the island during the ancient times, such as remains of walls and many temples dedicated to the ancient gods: Aphrodite, Apollo and Demeter. There are also several remains of castles and towers from the classical times.

Activities in Kythnos:

  • 92 total beaches; most of which are unspoiled
  • Natural thermal baths
  • Local traditional festivities
  • Fresh-fish taverns/restaurants – Local cuisine
  • Beach bars – Night clubs – Bars
  • Boat trips/Yachting
  • Deep sea fishing/Diving
  • Museums/Archaeological-Historical sites
  • Hiking – Walking activities
  • Cave explorations
  • Guiding
  • Kayak
  • Cultural activities (pottery lessons, traditional cooking classes)
  • Bird hunting

Villa Kanala, Kythnos

Wood and stone are the main features of this traditional villa. An ideal sanctuary for those who are seeking for moments of peace and tranquility in nature.