Karpathos is the second largest island of the Dodecanese islands in the Aegean Sea but among the least touristic islands in Greece. It is known for its wild mountains and small blue bays. Holidays in Karpathos are ideal for families and trekking lovers. Chrisoula Fourmouzi, a Greek photographer in profession, visited the island recently and sent us some beautiful photos of the place, which we are sure you’d like to see before you visit the places she photographed.
- Foiniki – A lovely coastal village known for its fish taverns
- Panagia Vrisiani in Mesochori, a traditional village with white coloured houses, is the most religious place in Karpathos
- Olympos is a traditional village, with exceptional beauty.
- Avlona is a small agricultural village with no bars and tavernas in wild scenery
- Vrokounta is a sacred spot in Karpathos and it’s known for thr famous festival at the end of August
- St. Mamas in Menetes Village
Chrisoula is a newborn baby, christening and wedding photographer. You may find more information about her work on her website http://www.chrisoulafourmouzi.com/
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