Meet the villages and settlements of Ikaria. Discover old mansions, walking through picturesque narrow streets, coastal fishing villages, mountain villages lost in time, exceptional architecture and of course ... mingle with the locals! You will learn stories, from them, about their village and many more secrets. Ikaria retains its authenticity and waits for you to explore it ...

Agios Kirykos

Agios Kirykos, or else Agios as the locals call it, is the capital of the island, where are located most public services, schools, the hospital and one of the two main ports of the island.


Seaside, green and sparsely populated village, known for its fishfair. In Avlaki, the houses retain their traditional architecture, while surviving several old buildings, which were used as shelters by locals on piracy era.


"Evdilos" means visible, eye catching. It is, today, the second port of Ikaria. For a short period (1834-1912 AD) was the capital of the island, before Agios Kirykos.


One of the most popular touristic villages on the south side. Faros (or Fanari) is located at the Eastern end of the island. It is approximately 13 km from Agios Kyrikos and it is connected to highway.


Gialiskari is a seaside village with intensive fishing activity of the inhabitants. One of the most remarkable parts of the village is the small chapel of Analipsis and the small harbor for the fishing boats.


A seaside village, built amphitheatrically, with scattered houses and the typical soccer court 5 x 5 just above the sea. The name suggests that it is a fertile plain (='kampos'), with lots of water.


Karavostamo is a seaside village of North Ikaria.It is also called from the locals "Karavostassi", because it was an important anchorage of ships on the island.


Karkinagri is a small picturesque fishing village,with an area from the mountain above the sea. Access to this is done by sea transportation, by boat running a service Karkinagri - Magganitis -Agios Kirykos.


One of the most picturesque coastal villages at the western end of the island! This village enchants the visitor immediately when approached, by the impressive granite rocks, combined with its rich vegetation!


A few kilometers away from Armenistis, lies the village of Nas, with about 50 residents. Many evidents allow scholars to believe, that Nas was a key settlement of the island.


Pezi village is of great interest, not only for the incredibly rich natural beauty that hides the immense forests, but also for the two dams that have been built there.


The village Therma is located East of Agios Kirykos (older name Thermes), known throughout Greece and abroad, for its thermal baths. The name is due to the hot springs that existed from antiquity, which treat many dideases, thanks to the radioactive water they have.