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7 Villages and Sunset Tour

  • 4 hours
  • 44 euros
  • Apollon's office

Service Description

A complete package tour specially designed for the first time travelers to make the best use of their limited time on the Island, customized entirely to your interests. We can pick you up from your Hotel, Villa or any meeting point for our Tour. Starting from the Capital Pigadia or your Hotel, Villa or any meeting point, you will follow the Northern course to Aperi Village, former Capital town of the Island till 1892. You will then visit Volada Village that is the birth place of the local hero of Karpathos, Christoforos Litos. Lovers of hiking and trekking can visit Kali Limni 1215m. above sea level, which is the highest mountain of Karpathos. Heading towards Othos Village at the altitude of 510m. you can visit an local museum and a work shop gallery. Your next stop is Pyles Village on the western side of the Island viewing the Island of Kassos across and it's known for the astonishing colors of the sunset. An Agricultural museum stands just above the entrance of the village. Continuing towards Finiki, the landmark of the little port that dock with many fishing boats and multiple taverns on the beach front. Next you will visit Arkasa Village, one of the four powerful villages of the Island. The landmark of the area is the Cape Paliokastro. Nearby you can find a museum or see the archaeological sites of Agia Sophia. The last stop is Menetes Village that is constructed on the slopes of the mountain and was build in the middle age when the pirates ruled the sea around Karpathos. There is an impressive church of Panagia with an imposing bell tower. Nearby you can find the Folklore museum. This tour allows you to see Karpathos Villages at your own pace. Get introduced to the flavors and the culture of the Island, you can taste the local sweets and the traditional food. It’s a real nature escape journey and it’s highly recommended.

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Contact Details

  • Apollon Private Tours & Transfers, Karpathos, Greece


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