Welcome to Kimis – Aliveri!
The picturesque town with its glorious past, is built at an altitude of 250 meters and has a magnificent view of the Aegean, which is why it is also called the “Aegean Sea”. Its climate makes it a cool summer resort. The port of Kymi is connected to Skyros and some other islands of the Aegean.
Its major attractions are the Folklore Museum, founded in 1981, housed in a two-storey neoclassical building and includes approximately 1,500 objects of daily use, all donated by the Caimans, the Transfiguration of the Savior, 6 km from Kymi and strategically important. with unique views. Also in Kimi is the home of gynecologist doctor George Papanikolaou.
Visit the Venetian castle in Succini, and if you are lucky in secluded sandy beaches you will see seals.
There are plenty of beaches for swimming in Platana Kimi Beach and Succini, while steep rock caves are available for fishing. Located 2 km from Kymi, the site is Khonietiko, with the well-known hot water source in a landscaped area. Water has healing properties for diseases such as kidney stones and is recommended by many doctors. The Kimi Beach is 4 km away, where you can relax while enjoying the swim and admire the beauty of the landscape.