Kythnos Hiking on a spring roll before summer break, September, October pick-up

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(Photo: Walkers pause on Aghios Stephanos beach on Kythnos.)

x Kythnos tours off to resounding season start
x Serifos tour planned in mid-September
x Sifnos tour to follow Serifos outing

Kythnos Hiking (www.kythnoshiking.com) performed strongly in April and May with tours to see the wildlife of exotic flowers and birds in March/April, and once walking started the highlight was the extended Orthodox Easter tour.

Guests joined the rest of the community on the Greek island for the Easter procession, the church service on Saturday evening, and music and dancing on Sunday accompanied by roast lamb. All this after Lenten food dishes.

"Staying on for the Easter celebrations was wonderful - the highlight of the holiday," said guest Diana from England in her review (here) of the walking, the accommodation, the tavernas, the island, and the guiding.

Belgian walker Zahava wrote: "The history of the archaeological sites is fascinating. The walks are pleasant, the altitude difference is reasonable and easy. Additionally, each day's walk ends at a beach and a refreshing swim.

"Everything is well organised," she said.

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(Photo of walkers above Serifos Hora on a trail used by miners for iron ore.)

Because of strong demand for Kythnos tours, we will mostly be running our tours on our neighbour islands of Serifos and Sifnos in September and October.

Serifos boasts a marvellous Hora hillside, a winery, a manned monastery and good sandy beaches. Try our quiz about Serifos here to learn more.

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(Photo: The sandy bays of Faros in the south of Sifnos.)

Sifnos has clean, marked trails and a 4000-year-old Mycenae citidel and museum, a food festival, and nightlife in Appolonia and Kamares. See our coverage of Sifnos here.

For booking on all three island visit www.kythnoshiking.com. For information email info@kythnoshiking.com or telephone 0030 693 7788 764.

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