Kythnos is one of the Greek islands in the Western Cyclades in the Aegean Sea. On this small mountainous island there are several dozen beaches, however, not all of them are accessible to tourists because of their location. One of the most beautiful places on Kythnos is a narrow strip of golden sand, creating two picturesque coves. The 5-meter-wide isthmus that resembles the shape of a majestic column forms the so-called Kolona beach. The shallow and clean lagoon surrounding the sandbar encourages bathing. The uniqueness of this piece of land is emphasized by a few lonely trees growing directly on the beach. There are many yachts moored around Kolona, because the waters of the bay are well shielded from gusts of wind.