Kythnos remains one of the few unexplored islands. It has unique landscapes that will seduce every visitor, with colors and scents of the Aegean. It is also called “Thermiá” on account of its thermal springs. The island of Kythnos consists of two communities: Dryopidos and Messarias. The island has the typical Cycladic style with cobbled narrow streets, white houses, squares, chapels, and windmills. The most impressive of the sandy beaches is Kolóna, where a lane of sand connects the islet of Agios Loukas to Kythnos. Kythnos is definitely the place for thermal tourism. In Loutra village, operates a modern spa center, with two hot springs in the area. The following springs have been famous for their therapeutic effectiveness since the ancient times, the spring of Agioi Anargyri, inside the spa facilities, and the spring of Caucasus, at 50 meters from the first spring, with a temperature reaching 52 degrees Celsius.