Explore Karpathos holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | Celebrated for its wild mountains and blue coves, this long craggy island is among the least commercialised in Greece (although that is changing). Legend has it Prometheus and his Titans were born here, and with its cloud-wrapped villages and rugged beauty, there’s still something undeniably primal in the air. Homer mentions it in the 'The Iliad'. It's a lovely spot.
Island of Skopelos, GreeceSomeone once said: 'If Greece gave the light of democracy to the world, why does it still live in the dark ages?'While meant in jest, the statement contained an element of truth.