Antikyra () is a community in the Boeotia Prefecture, Greece, population 2984 (2001) .
A few farmlands are around the area. The mountains that are mainly filled with grasslands and rocks covers around the area, forests are found mainly in low lying areas. Its nearby bay is to the south.
The name and its nearby ancient settlement dates back to the ancient times. After World War II and the Greek Civil War, the whole town was rebuilt by the mid to late 1950s. The village population boomed and aluminum was mined later on producing a part of its economy. Tourism also arrived and slightly boomed in its percentage points, agriculture, commercial and services are its next industry.
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Antikyra has schools, a few lyceums (middle schools), and its gymnasium (secondary school), churches, and a square (plateia). It also has schools across the municipality as well as one in Steirio.