Mount Kantili has an elevation of 1.225 meters and is located in northwestern Evia, in Limni. Its highest peak is named Kourouvlo or Kourvelo – there are many locals who also call the whole mountain Kourvelo. At some points of the mountain, such as Psili Rachi and Kakavos, you’ll see deposits of limestone. It’s highly suggested to hikers but also to those driving 4×4 cars. In Kantili you’ll see a large pine tree forest with deciduous and coniferous trees, many species of plants and predatory birds.The mountain’s forest roads are ideal for cycling, while the appealing beaches on the western side can only be approached by sea. The closest coast road stops just after Daphne village, to the south.