Only few know the island between the south point of Peloponnese and Crete.

Despite the small airport, Kythera lies outside the mass tourism. The magazine "Merian" describes Kythera as a charming island with traditional, picturesque villages, original taverns and attractive, almost deserted beaches - a rarity in the Mediterranean region.

Kythera is a 30 kilometres long and up to 18 kilometres wide island with canyons and valleys, olive groves, Stone Pine woods and the odour of thyme.

Aroniadika, in the middle of the island, is one of the oldest villages and is under heritage protection.

There, at the edge of the village, stands our house, a very old, dignified stone dwelling with a view towards Peloponnese.