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where tradition comes into life

Helios Apartments

Situated right next to the magnificent beach of Ammoopi, just 7 km from the capital of Karpathos (Pigadia) and 10 km from the main airport, Helios Hotel (B’ class) is an ideal choice for those that would like to combine the unrivaled views of the blue Aegean…
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Alex Apartments

Alex Hotel is operated by Karpathian family, and is located in a really quiet area of Pigadia town in a beautiful landscape with a lot of olive trees. The hotel has being totally renovated at 2007 with upgraded facilities for our guests.
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Hotel Vardes

Hotel Vardes is a beautiful traditional Greek establishment, which was built in 1999 with great pride and personal respiration. We are just 400m away from Ammoopi Beach, the mini markets, the taverns and the bus stop. 10km far from Ammopi you can find organised windsurf clubs.
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Eleni Hotel

Eleni Studios is a small sized establishement, for those who wish to spend their holidays there, they can be offered two types of accommodation, bungalows and double-rooms.
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Castelia Bay Apartments & Rooms

The hotel is situated on a small hill above the beach. The distance separating the establishment from the seafront is just 50m and 800m from the well known Ammoopi beach where you can also find restaurants, beach bars & mini markets.
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Lefkorama Apartments & Rooms

Hotel Lefkorama is placed at the west coast of Karpathos, in Lefkos area, a nice and relaxing holiday place directly at three fantastic sandy beaches.
It has several tavernas and fish tavernas, minimarkets and a fisher boat harbour. Lefkos is famous for its friendly and very familiar atmosphere.
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Between Rhodes and Crete, Karpathos stands out both for its imposing beauty and unexpected variety of landscape. There is a myth that says Prometheus, the Titans, and the Giants were all born on Karpathos. In Byzantine times it was the target of frequent pirate raids and the inhabitants moved slowly inland for safety: today’s villages nestle like eyries up in the hills.

Karpathos offers a beautiful combination of mountains and sea: wonderful rocky landscapes and some of the Mediterranean’s best beaches. The island’s biggest surprise, however, is the way of life of its inhabitants. Few other places in Greece have maintained so many of their ancestors’ traditions.

There is an international airport on the island, while there are daily air and sea connections with Piraeus, Crete, Rhodes and the nearby islands of the Karpathos Sea.