Villa Thermia, Kythnos



  • Maximum Occupancy: 11 Guests
  • 6 Bedrooms / 4 Bathrooms
  • 3 bedrooms in the main house – sleep 6 to 7 guests
  • 1 utility room – sleeps 1 guest
  • 2 bedrooms in the guest house – sleep 4 guests
  • 1 baby crib ( available upon request )



  • Free wireless internet
  • TV / Satelite channels
  • DVD player & movies/HiFi CD player & Cds
  • Board games for children and adults
  • In house laundry / iron
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Large private saltwater swimming pool
  • Sun – chairs
  • Outdoor shower
  • BBQ
  • Outdoor dining area
  • Table tennis
  • Small  chapel
  • Air Condition/Heating/Fireplace
  • Fitness Equipment



  • Pool maintenance twice per week
  • Technician available in case of need
  • Liability insurance
  • Housekeeping
  • Transfers from and to port upon arrival and departure



  • 20min from Merichas – the port of Kythnos
  • 15min from Chora – the capital of the island
  •  5min from Kanala – the most beautiful seaside village of Kythnos
  •  5min from the closest mini market & restaurant
  • 10-15min from the Medical Centre
  • 5min from the closest beach

Villa Thermia, Kythnos

The Villa is a uniquely spectacular 6 bedroom villa at the exquisite Cycladic island of Kythnos, and it is situated at prime location, right by the sea.

Your ferry journey will last only 1 hour and 45 minutes from Lavrion port and 3 hours from Piraeus port; Lavrion port is 40km from Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos”.

The property is built on 2 acres of land and faces east-northeast, towards Syros and Serifos islands. It is placed at the end of a private, country road, at a secluded and tranquil location. It is an ideal holiday destination for those who seek a simpler, more relaxed and carefree vacation. Guests can experience friendly and outstanding hospitality combined with a variety of luxury amenities. The property welcomes you to a world of unique style, offering high-quality and personalized accommodation services with an emphasis on wellness, gastronomy and entertainment.

The main house (200m2) is fully furnished in elegant style for the utmost comfort of its guests. It is composed of two floors; both the first and second floor have separate outdoor access.

The ground floor is on the same level with the swimming pool. This floor has a comfortable sitting area with two large built-in sofas, a large and fully equipped open- plan kitchen, and a dining room; all very functional and beautifully decorated. In the ground floor there is a storage room, as well as a small bedroom with one single bed and one bathroom.



On the first floor, there are three bright and spacious bedrooms:

  • –  The master bedroom, which has a king-size bed, an en-suite bathroom with a shower and a private balcony with a sea view facing
  • –  The second bedroom with one queen-size bed and a sea-view balcony.
  • –  The third bedroom with one king-size bed / or two single beds. The second and the third bedroom share the same bathroom with a shower.

Below the swimming pool level, there is a guest house (60m2). It has two bedrooms, with one queen-size bed and the other with two single beds that share one bathroom with a shower, and one kitchenette. The guest house level is independent and accessible through an outdoor staircase from the courtyard.



The exterior area is designed in such a way that someone can enjoy every moment of the day, depending on the sun position or the wind direction. At the courtyard, you’ll find a BBQ next to a shaded dining area, for eating outdoors with your friends or family. There is plenty of space for lounging by the private seawater pool (4.5x11m), and for those who would enjoy a more adventurous dive, the sea is located a few stairs away from the house.

During the evening, the exterior lighting of Villa Thermia, and the view of the stars, or the full moon create the ideal summer vibe. A lovely, little chapel completes this outstanding scenery with its bright white colour, illuminated by the distinctive spotlight around it.

Villa Thermia, 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.

Local cuisine and products

During your stay in Kythnos do not miss to taste or buy the traditional products of the island, which stand out both for their fine taste and excellent quality. Try the cheese and the wine of Kythnos, well known in antiquity for their quality and taste. Also, ask for the local pork, the marinated sun-dried fish, the chops and the strapatsada with squash. Do not miss to taste the products of local cottage industry, such as sausages, nuts, white cheese, kopanisti, capers, sesame, the local pies and the thyme honey considered to be one of the best in the world.

Traditional wedding

If you ever happen to be in Kythnos and there is a wedding ceremony … do not miss it, especially if in Chora or Dryopida. Every wedding is a very special happy event for all local people, the relatives and the visitors. Everyone helps in the preparations while having a great time, giving their best wishes to the new couple. In a traditional wedding an invitation is totally unnecessary since everyone is welcome!

The festivals in Kythnos (Panigiria)

Every “festival” (in Greek ‘panigiri’) is a major event in Kythnos. During them the local people take the opportunity not only to exercise their religious duties but also to have fun. The festival begins in the evening of the previous day, and continues during the whole night until the next day. If you participate in a festival you will experience one of the most authentic events of the Aegean islands. You will taste local dishes and you will hear traditional island music played by local musicians while Thermiotes will dance the famous island dance, called balos. You will hardly resist the temptation of dancing with them.


  • 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)
  • Beekeeping laboratory
  • Bird hunting

Villa Thermia, Kythnos


This tranquil property welcomes you to a world of unique style, offering high-quality and personalised accommodation services with an emphasis on wellness, gastronomy and entertainment. It is an ideal holiday destination for those who seek a simpler, more relaxed and carefree vacation.