Astypalea

Ferry to Astypalea

Astypalea looks like a typical Cycladic island, but actually belongs to the Dodecanese. Looking on the map, you’ll notice that the island has the shape of a butterfly bridging the two island complexes. For an alternative holiday experience, look no further. Ιf you methodically avoid mass tourism, you’ll never want to leave Astypalea, or at least you’ll certainly come back.

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ASTYPALEA

Hill-top Hora, is the main town, one of the most beautiful in the Aegean Sea. Venetian castles, prehistoric settlements, blue-white traditional Cycladic houses offer instant appeal to visitors. Due to the island’s peculiar shape, a panoramic view is offered οn almost every top of a hill! 

Dozens of secluded beaches surround the island; they may be scattered but are their waters are crystal-clear. Some of the most beautiful beaches can only be reached by tourist boats. Fish and seafood is fresh, excellent and affordable, as Astypalea is known to be an island of fishermen. 

Visit in February and August, to join the local festivities.