x Good availability for Kythnos, Serifos, Sifnos tours
x Weather to cool over next weeks, sea still warm
x Prices remain competitive for all tours
The season for Kythnos Hiking (www.kythnoshiking.com) tours to Cycladic, Greek islands resume in September with the weather starting to cool to ease walking and with the sea remaining warm for swimming.
These conditions, together with competitive prices, the wild countryside, historic site visits, the beaches, the food and wine make our tours on each of the three islands an ideal way of rounding off the season.
For Kythnos, there is still good availability for places on the Monday 4 September tour to visit the ancient city site from 500 years before Christ. Many of the finds made by archeologists are now housed in a new museum.
Other Kythnos attractions, apart from the country walks are its boast of more beaches than any other Cycladic island, hot springs, a big cave, a Byzantine castle, its own quality wine and local food. Book Kythnos here.
(Photo: Walkers on the path up to the top of Hora on Serifos)
On Serifos, the Hora village tumblng down the hillside is a treat together with its Venezian castle; the trails where miners passed in the last century; a working monastery; and a professional winery.
Book our 9 September Serifos tour here.
(Photo: Part of the walls on the Mycenae city site on Sifnos)
Our latest tour on Sifnos highlights the Venezian Kastro village, a visit to the more than 3000-year old Mycenae city and museum, and beaches. The tour coincides with the annual culinary festival on the island.
Book the 13 September Sifnos tour here.
All our tours continue up until the end of October. Kythnos tours on 25/9, and 16/10 are guaranteed to go. Also the Serifos tour on 30/9.