Karpathos Lefkos

General information

Lefkos Village Karpathos: The coastal village of Lefkos lies 31 km north of Pigadia, the capital of Karpathos and close to Mesochori village. Built on a fabulous location at a high altitude on the slopes of

Hotels in Lefkos

We have made a selection of the best hotels in Lefkos.


Apartments3 keys

The simple Akrogiali Apartments in the village of Lefkos is a collection of seven one-bedroom apartments, some of which have sofa beds. All units feature a kitchenette with cooking hobs. Note that Akrogiali also lies a couple of minutes away from Potali Beach!



Apartments Studios3 keys

Albatros Studios and Apartments is a collection of cozy rooms near the shores of Lefkos featuring kitchenettes and small dining tables. All units have private porches and bathrooms with a shower, a flat-screen TV, and views over the sea.



Hotel3 stars

MIraluna Aparthotel is a cozy three-star hotel near the entrance of Lefkos Village, hosting units with quality beds, flat-screen TVs, kitchenettes, and balconies or porches with excellent views. The establishment also has a playground for young visitors as well as a bar.


Things to See & Do in Lefkos

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2 Reviews
  • geoffhawkins 22 Oct 2008
    Lefkos Karpathos
    After promising a friend that we would visit Karpathos and have a drink there on his behalf, Linda and I did in June 2008. It was a long journey from Wales but one that was so worthwhile. Not the prettiest island but by far the friendliest and most relaxing of the many we have visited. Lefkos is very pretty with some lovely sandy bays and wonderfull tavernas, the best in our opinion is the Central Taverna run by Spiros who is also the owner, the food is superb and all cooked by his sister Sofia and very well priced. Nothing is too much trouble. Lefkos is a great walking base and the walk to Mesochori is well worth the effort, meet the local islanders they are fantastic, and a visit to Maria's Taverna in Finiki is a must as is a drive to Olympos and Diafani. Pigadia and Amopi must be visited, we thought Apella beach was a bit of a let down, also visit the villages of Menetes and Orthos, in fact see as much as you can of an island that seems to become part of you and you feel you do not want to leave it!
  • Judith Gabriele 12 Oct 2008
    Wonderful Lefkos
    On Karpathos, we spent most of our time in Lefkos. The attraction of this island for us was that there are no major "attractions". Just mountains, beaches, and authentic villages and people. We loved walking and running on the trails, lying on the beach and looking at beautiful scenery while really relaxing. We spent one day in Amopi and although it was beautiful (the beaches were gorgeous), it felt much more impersonal, touristy, and it didn't have the same comfrotable and friendly small town feeling that Lefkos had.

    The local food was excellent and inexpensive and the service was friendly and personal. We loved the yogurt and honey everywhere - so delicious! We got to have interesting conversations with the owners of most of the places we ate at and that was a great way to learn about life on Karpathos. In Lefkos, we liked the restaurants 3 Dolphins, Central and Blue Swan.

    The only thing that bothered me on Karpathos was the stray animals. You really need to do something about neglected animals. Twice, I encountered dogs chained up in the middle of nowhere. Someone told me they were probably hunting dogs and were being fed and cared for, but it looked like a horrible and terribly inhumane existence to me. Greece needs a serious spaying, neutering and adoption program for dogs and cats.