Karfas is located some 130 miles (209 kilometers) from Athens, the capital of Greece.
When it comes to getting the most out of your time here, remember that Karfas is just the tip of the iceberg; North Aegean Islands has been blessed with an abundance of scenic and cultural delights. Plomari, lays 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the south, while Evdilos can be found 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the north.
Around 4 miles (6 kilometers) to the north of Karfas is Chios, a regional city where you'll find Komi Beach, Chios Port and Homer's Rock. If you're still looking for things to do, be sure to visit Nea Moni Monestary Unesco World Heritage Site, Chios Public Garden and Leonidiou Court before heading back to Karfas.
Expand your mind by visiting North Aegean Islands' excellent history museums. Places of worship are often great windows into a region's spiritual and religious cultures. The monasteries around Karfas are no exception.
Tapping into local knowledge is a great way for visitors to get familiar with a new place. So why not take advantage of one of the informative winery tours and city walking tours.
At the end of your holiday in Karfas, say goodbye the way Greek's do, with a hearty "Yiá sou."