The Archaeological Museum of Kea is located in the entrance of Ioulida village near the central square. The building was constructed in 1970 and hosts findings from excavations in the island. Mainly, there are findings from four ancient towns of Kea: Ioulis, Karthea, Korissia and Poiessa. The collections are separated in two categories, the pre-historic collection and the Historic collection where visitors can see parts of the ancient temple of Athena and of the pediment with scenes from the fight of Amazons. There are, also, marble statues, ceramic artifacts, ancient coins and columns.
Nuzzled in a gorgeous picturesque landscape with verdant valleys, trees and wild flowers this beautiful beach offers a serene escape for relaxing days in the sun. Visitors can swim into the sapphire waters of the sea, partake in windsurfing adventures, lie on the beach or stroll around the narrow paths winding through nature.
Gialiskari is a small beach on the north-west coast of Kea and is the most popular among the locals living in Ioulida, the capital of the island. In spite of its size, during the high season this beach counts on an extra attraction, a cafe bar that provides great views of the beach, to the point that one feels as being enjoying a drink or a meal in the middle of the beach.