A white windmill will welcome you at the harbour entrance. Chora, a typical Cyclades island village with whitewashed houses and picturesque alleys stretches right in front of you. The church of Agios Georgios (St. George - the island’s patron saint) is located at the centre of the village.
Rent a bike and enjoy your ride along the island coastline. If you love walking, follow the paths from Chora to Pano Meria and discover the beauty of the inland areas. The main road of the island starts east of the harbour and ends in Pori, the popular exotic beach that is not to be missed.
Sail to Glaronisi, the uninhabited islet just 600 m. away from Kato Koufonisi, or rent a boat to get there. This islet is very popular with seagulls who prefer to lay their eggs there or simply land there to get some rest. The island was named after them, as the first part of Glaronisi is the word ‘glaros’ which means seagull in Greek.
Swim in the turquoise waters and explore the marine caves, where you can enjoy the serenity and peace of mind that these natural surroundings can offer you.
Kato Koufonisi is practically deserted and you can visit it by boat from Pano Koufonisi. Explore its beautiful sandy beaches, walk about the lovely inland and visit the church of Panagia (the Holy Virgin Mary), built on ancient ruins.