- Kalamos, Kythira
Kalamos is a village in the south east side of
Kythira, an island in the Ionian Sea, Greece. Kalamos has 250 habitants, one church and three beaches nearby: Chalkos, Broulea and Fyrri Ammos. It's stated that Kalamos is the most beautiful village in Kithira Fact|date=February 2007, with good climate and temperature without winds or a lot of rains. The citizens of Kalamos (a.k.a. Kalamites) are happy people with a lot of hobbies; they are friendly with the tourists and their youth is the most active in the island. .Fact|date=February 2007 A.O. Kalamou F.C. won the Kytherian football tournament 2006 and their captain was the first scorer and also he was chosen as the M.V.P. of the tournament. Kalamos' protector saint is Saint Nikitas and Kalamites have built a church to his name. The memory of Saint Nikitas is celebrated on 16 September and a festival is held that day. In Kalamos there are a lot of rooms to let, two cafés and a tavern with local meals. There is also a mini market.
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