Keri is one of the most scenic destinations at the South of the island and is formed by Keri Lake by the sea and a traditional village at the top of the hill. Limni Keriou (Keri lake) took its name from the wetland that is still home to many animal and plant species.
Down by the narrow strip of shore and the pedestrianized walk along the seafront you can find many local tavernas, cafes, and bars to choose from. From the small port, you can hire a boat, visit Keri Caves and dive into the cool crystal clear turquoise waters.
Back at the small and quiet village of Keri at the top of the hill, you can enjoy the simple joys of village life like hand-made coffee at the local kafenion and a stroll among the small cobbled streets and traditional stone houses. You can also enjoy the magnificent views of Myzithres, two large rock formations in the sea, viewed by the Faros (lighthouse).