Karpathos (Κάρπαθος in Greek) is the second largest of the Greek Dodecanese islands with a history dating back to the Minoan era and settlements going back to the second millennium B.C. Karpathos aims is at tourism, its authentic pure natural beauties, its unique wealth, all enhanced by the hospitality of its residents, its magnificent beaches, its secluded small bays, its imposing mountain peaks and its local inhabitants who dress up in their traditional costumes.

The island is one of the characteristic tourist islands that still keeps all its authenticity. Its natural beauties are superior to those of other islands, especially the areas of Lefkos, Mesohori, Achata, Olympos, etc. Every mountain, mountainside and coast is nothing less than a work of art. The wildness of the landscape blends with the sweetness of nature. Mountains, pine trees, fresh air and sea, make a superb scenery.