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This is YOUR Kythera Heritage Site!

Kythera-Family.net aims to preserve the rich heritage of our wonderful island. Members of the community are invited to submit their family collection of stories, photographs, recipes, maps, oral histories, historical documents, songs and poems, home remedies etc. to the site. Uploading directly to the site is easy. Just log-on or register (top right), go to the category you wish to submit to, and click on the "submit" button. Thus you can help make available valuable and interesting material for current and future generations, and inspire young Kytherians to learn more about their fascinating heritage.


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Photos, Modern Landscapes

on of the islands best kept secrets !!

north of karava is platia ammos , lovely quiet village with a new seafood restraurant , and a lovely spot...

Photos, Modern Portraits

the way we were !

kythera we dont see anymore, this  photo was taken in the early 80s, when it wasnt uncommon to see this...

Photos, Modern Landscapes

summer playground

another perfect summers day as people enjoy all that kapsali has to offer !

Photos, Modern Landscapes

simply the best !

still the best , the castle , chora and kapsali   as evening falls , the harsh light of the day...

Photos, Modern Landscapes

WHAT A VIEW !

chora  from the village of strapothi ... spectacular!!

Photos, Modern Landscapes

summer fun !

kids having a ball jumping of the rocks at melidoni beach 


Kythera map (Click to enlarge)

Kythera map with points of interest.

message board

03.08.2017 (Message Board)

Megan Manwaring

Hello readers   I have come across the name Theodoros Haniotis on a tile-making patent lodged in Sydney...

27.04.2017 (Message Board)

kit withers

hi peter i am a cousin of your wife therese. I lost email contact with her in...

20.04.2017 (Message Board)

Barbara Zantiotis

Hi Peggy, I emailed you with some contacts. If you didn't receive this, let me know and...

19.04.2017 (Message Board)

Barbara Zantiotis

Hi John, I just emailed you regarding Euripides.  His mother was Maria Mavromatis.