Northern EviaCentral Greece, Euboea, Northern Evia
Description of Northern Evia
The northern part of Evia combines mountainous landscapes and sea, revealing its beauty in a series of beautiful beaches and pine covered slopes. Rovies, Agia Anna, Limni and Edipsos with thermal baths are just some of the most visited villages of northern Evia. The destinations have hotels and rooms for your stay and restaurants and taverns with good food.
How to get to Northern Evia
Take the Athens - Lamia highway with direction to Halkida.
Useful Phone Numbers in Northern Evia
Police in Istiea: +30 22260 53166
Bus services in Istiea: +30 22260 52284
Health center in Istiea: +30 22260 53310
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Map for Northern Evia1
Agia AnnaAgia Anna is a village in northern Evia situated at the foot of the hill of Katsaris overlooking the Aegean Sea. It is surrounded by large pine, cypress trees and olive trees. In the centre of village there is the central square with a church with the miraculous icon of Saint Anna from who the village...2
EdipsosEdipsos is one of the most famous cities of Evia. Edipsos is famous since antiquity for its natural thermal springs with healing properties, but is also famous in recent years as one of the most cosmopolitan spa resorts. Edipsos offers good food in restaurants and taverns and stay in beautiful hotels...6
PsaropouliPsaropouli beach is located near the village of Vasilika in North Evia which is one of the most beautiful villages visited by numerous tourists. There are taverns and restaurants with good food on the beach overlooking the sea. For your accommodation choose among beautiful hotels and rooms to let.7
RoviesThe seaside village of Rovies is just 2.5 hours driving far from Athens and one of the most beautiful seaside villages of North Evia. It is surrounded by mountains with pine trees and huge olive groves facing the Aegean Sea with lovely beaches. It also has hotels and rooms to stay and restaurants.9
YialtraYialtra is just 13 km far from the resort of Edipsos. Because of its location, visitors can see spectacular views and natural environmental beauty. The name came from the abbreviation of health-baths, thanks to the warm mineral waters that are on the beach of Yialtra and have approximately the same composition...
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