Shopping Cart €0.00

You have no items in your shopping cart.

Product Description
A sea salt straight from the rocky coasts of the island of Kythira! A salt rich in trace elements and other nutrients! The salt is collected by local connoisseurs from the natural cavities formed on the rocks. It is a demanding and time-consuming task. Following the traditional process, they allow it to sun-dry. After that, the white flakes are carefully packed. Rub the salt flakes between your palms, over salads, soups or any cooked food. Allow it to seduce your taste buds with its light salty taste!
  • Net Weight
  • Gross Weight
  • Width
  • Depth
  • Height
Product History
Sea salt is a product of salt water evaporation and its post processing is minimal. In its natural , unprocessed form, it contains sodium and various minerals, making it an excellent source of minerals and trace elements for the human body. It can be found in abundance in Greece, thanks to the country's huge coastline and water sources.
Visit the region: Kythira

The island of Kythira has been the crossroads of cultures for the people of the Mediterranean. Kythira has been inhabited since the Neolithic era. Throughout the years, Minoans, Phoenicians, Mycenaeans, Dorians, Argives, Spartans, Athenians, Franks, Venetians, Arabs, French and British all came to the island, leaving behind their historical and cultural mark - prehistoric fossils, ancient temples, Venetian fortresses, Byzantine churches, English buildings all proof of the island’s many and various inhabitants through the years. The incomparable beauty of its natural landscape, is characterized by lush vegetation, valleys with running waters, laurels, reeds, olives, thyme, stone bridges, watermills, trails and beaches with crystal clear water.

Kythira Image
Let Us Call You

Sea salt flakes from Kythira "Kalimera Products" 250g

In stock

Product code: 000450 Gross Weight 260g
Reward Points Login to earn 4 Olives for purchasing this product.
Natural sea salt from the island of Kythira!
Map of Greece Visit the region: Kythira...