An essential addition to every Kythera-lover's coffee-table.

This golden, fabled island, birthplace of the goddess Aphrodite, final resting place of generations of resilient farmers, industrious townsfolk, Byzantine refugees and Venetian aristocrats, is revealed in this book from the sky for the first time. The island’s secret ravines and inaccessible peaks, the dozens of more or less deserted villages with their homes and ruins and churches, and the centuries-old olive groves, tended through the generations, are all there from the perspective of the falcons which hover over the island on constant watch.


SOLD OUT: Kythera from the Air

300 pictures of the beautiful island of Kythera

Format: 36cm x 24 cm

Pages: 272

Full Colour

Hard-Cover

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The stunning island of Kythera taken from the air. 300 pictures of each village and most of the coastline and sights!

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Kapsali, the southern port of Kythera. Click to enlarge
Kapsali, the southern port of Kythera. Click to enlarge
Paliohora, the ruined Byzantine capital of Kythera. Click to enlarge
Paliohora, the ruined Byzantine capital of Kythera. Click to enlarge
Some of the Venetian villas in the capital, Hora
Some of the Venetian villas in the capital, Hora
One of the 4 essays in the book.
One of the 4 essays in the book.
Platia Ammos in the North
Platia Ammos in the North