The Karpass Peninsula (Greek: ????????; Turkish: Karpaz), also known as Karpasia or Karpas, is a long, finger-like peninsula that is one of the most prominent geographical features of the island of Cyprus. Its farthest extent is Cape Apostolos Andreas, and its major population centre is the town of Rizokarpaso. De facto, the peninsula lies in Northern Cyprus.
Karpass Peninsula is home to the Karpass donkey, known as a symbol of Cyprus; there are campaigns carried out jointly by Turkish and Greek Cypriots to conserve the rare donkeys of Karpass.