Whatever you cannot reach easily becomes a lust. Whatever is isolated from modern lifestyle hides a mystery. Wherever people welcome you with warmth reminds something from the old Greece. This is Karpathos. An island near the borders, full of contrasts. It is the second largest island of the Dodecanese islands’ complex, set between Rhodes and Crete. Figure oblong, mountainous terrain, just a sharp ridge on the continental shelf of the Aegean Sea with an undeniable personality. It offers everything generously! Numerous and uncontaminated beaches, wild and inaccessible mountains, pure traditions that last until nowadays through customs of villages, such as Olympos, Menetes, Piles, archaeological wealth inherited from the years of the ancient “Tetrapolis” (Four Cities). Works and days of people who gave the island its unique identity, over there, in mitata (stone huts) and windmills, farmlands and anchorages. Furthermore, a diffuse tidiness and nobility and a tourist infrastructure that meets the needs of the most discerning visitor.