The small coastal town of Neapoli, also called Neapoli Vion, lies on the south part of Lakonia, on Cape Maleas. It is known as the port from which ferries to Kythira island depart, and though there are ferries from other locations like Piraeus, Neapoli is the closest mainland place to the island.

There are two small and narrow beaches next to the port, as well as a few hotels, but the town does not attract many tourists for a holiday. Usually people visit Neapoli on their way to Kythira or while exploring the area. 15 km from the town you can visit the Cave of Kastania.

highlights: coastal town with ferry to Kythira island, village in Laconia Region, Peloponnese, Greece

Photos from Neapoli
Neapolithe village beachthe village beach and the ferry pier for Kythirathe main street passing along the seasailor statue at the beach front near the harbor pierView of the main village street near the ferry pierKinds playground near the see in the village centerMonument at a small square near the village centerInner village streetBusiness sign made from wood and attached to a building wallHow to reserve parking space with taverna chairParking space occupied with blue taverna chair
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Location: view on map

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