Evia

Evia is the second largest island in Greece and the sixth largest in the Mediterranean. The area of ​​the island is 3.654 sq. Km. and extends along the northeastern continental mainland, from the Maliakos bay to the coast of Rafina, separated from it by the Evoikian sea. We would also like to recommend some places to visit in Evia, which are relatively close and you can see a one-day voyage.

Steni Dirfion

Steni is a famous winter resort. Visitors from all over Greece are one of the most picturesque villages of Evia, built on the outskirts of Dirfis, the highest mountain of Evia, 30 km. from Chalkida and more from Kimi. In the center of the village is a paved square with many paths that reach up to the edge of the village, planted with plane trees and various parks. The square is picturesque with its troughs and the river, which has running water for several months. You will visit her for her very good food and her rare beauty. Also in front of the main fountain there is the popular market where you can buy village and Dirfy products such as tea, oregano, cheese, honey and handmade pasta

Karystos

Karystos is built under the mountain Ochi and within a bay and protected by the strong winds of the Aegean. You will find good food, steep and enchanting beaches, large areas of roses and lemon trees, many small hamlets and even nightlife. Designed design base of the 1st King of Greece, Otto, her design is unique.

Almiropotamos

Almiropotamos has a beach with cafes and taverns. The beach has sand as well as the bottom of Almiropotamos and the nearby beach of Agios Dimitrios. In Agios Dimitrios you will find fishermen who often come out of the sea full of fish if you want to take with you. If you continue after Agios Dimitrios you will reach another beach called Blue Lake. It is a very small beach with beach bar with blue waters.

Kymi

 

The Municipality of Kymi is one of the greenest of Greece and the cleanest sandy beaches. You can visit the house where the famous doctor (Papanikolaou test) lived – the researcher George Papanikolaou and the Folk Museum in Kymi, the monastery of the Transfiguration of the Savior and enjoy fine fish and coffee.

Every year in May in Kymi is the celebration of mechanical sport with the established Kimi Ascension. A race of motor sport that has been recorded in the consciousness of the world as one of the best and most well organized shows of its kind. A unique spectacle, which the region offers to the lovers of the genre. The fights take place on the enchanting uphill road with 52 turns, from the beach to the outskirts of the town of Kimi, on a route that alternates the blue of the Aegean with the green of nature.