Koufonissia at a Glance

No matter how much you've been prepared for -- based on what you've heard -- about the beaches of Koufonissia, what you will actually feel and see when you get there cannot be easily described. Coves with emerald waters that look like natural pools and a background of rocks uniquely sculpted by the waves compose a magical picture that fires the senses right away. For many years these two little isles were the refuge of the few those that discovered them.Today, they are favorite tourist destination all the while, keeping their exotic charm.

Koufonissia comprise two isles, Ano (Epano or Apano) and Kato Koufonissi (5.7sq.km. and 4.4sq.km. respectively), which are separated by a narrow strait 200m wide and the island of Keros.

Kato Koufonissi
is virtually deserted, but has a small port and numerous small and isolated beaches.

Keros
is located between the two Koufonissi islands and Schinousa, Keros was as prominent during the period of the early Cycladic civilization as Delos was during Classical antiquity.



Kato (Lower) Koufonissi: A Little Cycladic Paradise

Explore the secluded beaches of Kato (or lower) Koufonissi

Keros

Located between the two Koufonissi islands and Schinoussa, Keros was as prominent during the period of the early Cycladic civilization as Delos was during Classical antiquity.

The turqoise crystal-clear waters of Koufonissia

The Swimmingly Sensuous Isles of Koufonissia

22 Nov 20132-islands-in-1 with some of the Aegean’s best beaches!

Touring the Island

15 Oct 2014Transportation is not needed on Ano Koufonissi. The island can be walked around in just a few hours, or, if preferred, one may rent a bicycle, or do the round by boat, either private or through boat services on offer.