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Evia is the second largest island and the sixth largest in the Mediterranean. The island is 3,654 square kilometers with a population of approximately 215,000 inhabitants. A variety of forests, rivers and beaches and many archaeological attractions await its visitors.

Chalkida is the capital where you can from the bridge to admire the phenomenon of the tide. The city has many traditional buildings, streets as well as the Castle of Kaninthos.

In Edipsos is famous for the thermal baths. Also popular for its beauty is Kimi offering views over the Aegean Sea, Kalamos with its magnificent beach, Styra, Karistos with its port and Politica. Also fascinating are the landscapes of the Lake of Evia and Eretria with the harbor and the historical buildings.

The average temperature in Evia is ranging from 7 degrees Celsius (46F) in January to 27 degrees (81F) in July and August. Summer tourism lasts mainly from May to October with peak months of July and August, winter tourism runs mainly from November to March.

Evia can be reached by plane to Athens airport and then car drive.


 

Lodges - Evia (1 total)

Choose from the following destinations for memorable holidays in Greece.

Stergiou Studios Apartment

The apartments STERGIOU offer studios of 2 or 3 people in Evia Edipsos. A beautiful and comfortable accommodation for all year, only 10 meters from the beach, 100 meters from the port of ferry-boat and 200 meters from the bus station Edipsos. The facilities...
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