Karpathos island is well-known for its wind guarantee that friends of windsurfing have the benefit of. The greatest beaches suitable for windsurfing are: Afiartis, Vatha, Nikolaki Pounta, Valias, Makris Gialos and Agrilaopotamos. A combination of strong winds, deep emerald waters without surge, extensive sandy beaches, and warm weather. Karpathos, became an official destination since 2006 when the island hosted the Speed Windsurfing World Championship.
Karpathos is a beautiful Aegean island with breathtaking coastlines and crystal clear, calm warm waters. A diving school, where you can rent equipment or attend diving classes, is located in the city of Pigadia. Discover the underwater world safely and fun, observe various species of fish and marine organisms, and many more.
Karpathos island is well-known among others for its many hiking routes(more than 155). More specifically, for each path initially there is a general description of the route’s track and the key points from which it comes are mentioned. Additionally, its position and its role in the network of paths and how they are connected to other routes, are also described. It is also valued by the tourist interest and aesthetics.
Acropolis of Ancient Poseidio (Pigadia)
Probably built on a rocky hill. Chiselled Minoan and Mycenaean tombs were found in the Pigadia port. It may have been the acropolis during the Mycenaean times.
Cave of poseidon
The Cave of Poseidon in Pigadia town located in the area of Mili is a sculptured tomb or sanctuary. Most probable the sanctuary was dedicated to the goddess Aphrodite.