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Just outside the harbor of Avlemonas, at 20 meters depth, a group from the Institute of Marine Archaeology found in 1980 an ancient shipwreck!
The “Eye of Crete” as it was also called due to its strategic position, providing the observance of ships on three seas simultaneously – the Ionian, Aegean and Cretan.
A few kilometers away from the picturesque village of Milopotamos, the Cave of Agia Sofia.
At a short distance across the harbor of Kapsali there is one of the most impressive parts of the island Kythera. Is the skerry of Chytra or else Avgo (egg).
It is the largest monastery in Kythera! Located in the area of Mirtidia in the west of the island.