Kineta is a suburban town located 55 km W of Athens, 14 km W of Megara and 25 km E of Corinth. Kineta is the westernmost town in Attica and is part of the municipality of Megara. Kineta is located on an old highway (GR-8) linking Athens and Corinth as well as the rest of the Peloponnese while the super highway GR-8/E94 is to the north serving an interchange is located north of the centre of the community.
The old interchange which was closed in the early-2000s was located to the northeast and was unsuitable for trucks. The prefecture of Corinthia is bounded to the west and the Saronic Gulf is situated to the south. Kakia Skala is located to the east and is a steep area filled with bushes, a few forests and mainly of rock type. The Geraneia mountains cover the north and northwest.
The urban area of Kineta is around the centre, along the Saronic and west of Kakia Skala which are large to the north. Farmlands are in the central part along with a few forests. Pine and other types of forests lie to the east, the north and the west with an embankment that is colored white. The rocks of Kakia Skala is to the east and to the north-east. The sparkling beaches that is Kineta's fame align with the coastline of Kineta and hotels including one that has about a few stories and is the tallest building in the community and restaurants are within the coastline. Hotel names include Kineta Beach.
In the mid to late-20th century, hotels began construction and began pop up making tourism the main industry in Kineta, agriculture was the main industry before the arrival of hotels. In 1992, the construction of an additional 4 lanes to the superhighway began until 1995 to near the old Kineta Interchange. Since 2004 after three years of construction, the 6-lane superhighway is entirely connected.