Olympos Karpathos Panorama Welcome to Olympos

Olympos, not only is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the

local music and customs, but also has many beaches nearby.

These beaches are accesible either by  trekking one of the

many marked trails or by jeep. There are two small boats that

take a daily excursion either to all the beaches or to Saria and

Tristomo.                          

Girls in traditional dress

Festivals

 - The celebrations of Zoodohos Pigi are held on Good Friday at Diafani - The Resurection of Jesus is celebrated a second time on Easter Sunday and this            constitutes the main celebration of His Resurection for Olympos - The celebrations of the church of Pera Panagia are on March 25 - The celebrations of Agios Panteleimonas are held on July 26 and 27 at the islet of Saria  -  The celebrations of the church of the Assumption of Mary are on August 15 - The celebrations of the church of Agios Ioannis at Vroukounta are on August 29 - The festivities of the church of Agios Minas are held on November 11 at the Filios area - The celebrations for the Transfiguration of Jesus are held on August 6 - The festivities of Agios Ioannis are held at Vroukounta  - The celebrations for the Nativity of Mary are held on September 8 - The celebrations for the Exaltation of the Holy Cross are held on September 14 at the Potamos area
Olympos, a jewel of the Dodecanese, is situated between two mountains. It is a small village on northern Karpathos with over 100 km. of hiking trails, secluded beaches and  a unique mix of tradition and nature. This village has been used as a backdrop by famous photographers such as Constantine Manos, Josef Koudelka, Hans Sylvester and many more. Wether you plan on visiting one of the many beaches nearby or enjoying the local musicians that fill the streets of the village with their magical melodies, Olympos is the perfect example of a Greece long lost.
A village from a Greece long lost Dancing at Vroukounta festival Traditional music Olympos Karpathos Traditional music Olympos Karpathos
Welcome to Olympos

Olympos, not only is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the

local music and customs, but also has many beaches nearby.

These beaches are accesible either by  trekking one of the

many marked trails or by jeep. There are two small boats that

take a daily excursion either to all the beaches or to Saria and

Tristomo.                          

Festivals

 - The celebrations of Zoodohos Pigi are held on Good Friday at Diafani - The Resurection of Jesus is celebrated a second time on Easter Sunday and this            constitutes the main celebration of His Resurection for Olympos - The celebrations of the church of Pera Panagia are on March 25 - The celebrations of Agios Panteleimonas are held on July 26 and 27 at the islet of Saria  -  The celebrations of the church of the Assumption of Mary are on August 15 - The celebrations of the church of Agios Ioannis at Vroukounta are on August 29 - The festivities of the church of Agios Minas are held on November 11 at the Filios area - The celebrations for the Transfiguration of Jesus are held on August 6 - The festivities of Agios Ioannis are held at Vroukounta  - The celebrations for the Nativity of Mary are held on September 8 - The celebrations for the Exaltation of the Holy Cross are held on September 14 at the Potamos area
Olympos, a jewel of the Dodecanese, is situated between two mountains. It is a small village on northern Karpathos with over 100 km. of hiking trails, secluded beaches and  a unique mix of tradition and nature. This village has been used as a backdrop by famous photographers such as Constantine Manos, Josef Koudelka, Hans Sylvester and many more. Wether you plan on visiting one of the many beaches nearby or enjoying the local musicians that fill the streets of the village with their magical melodies, Olympos is the perfect example of a Greece long lost.
A village from a Greece long lost