Nerotrivia Evia island -Eviafoxhouse

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Nerotrivia is a small  village on the west coast of Evia Island, 25km away from the capital Chalkis. It is built on the slopes of a mountain hill, surronded by a lot of greenery and fresh air .Since it is away from the main island road, the village is very[…]

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About Euboea (Evia) Greece

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Euboea (Evia), Greece  Beautiful scenery, warm climate, delicious food and rich historical past turn Euboea into a kind of paradise amidst the waters of the Mediterranean. One of the greatest advantages of the island is the feeling of peace and quiet that one can still find here. If you are[…]

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Evia is in Top 10 Sailing Cruises by National Geographic

Petali beach euboea island

Top 10 Sailing Cruises from National Geographic. From the National Geographic book Journeys of a Lifetime Nova Scotia and Labrador Tall Ships, Canada On voyages lasting up to a week, the exhilaration of the wind through the ship’s sails will put you in touch with eastern Canada’s seafaring heritage. On[…]

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Evia winery tourism

Avantis Estate,Chaliks Evia Taking its name from what the island was called in ancient times, Apostolos Mountrichas produces award-winning wines from within the Lilantio Plain, one of Evia’s most well-known wine regions.The estate’s extensive list of varieties includes six different types of Syrah, Assyrtiko, Malagousia, Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Merlot, Muscat,[…]

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Limnionas beach Evia Island

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The beach Limnionas in Central Evia is a beautiful pebble beach and a very dark cherry-brown sand, which during the day is hot and no one can walk on it barefoot. For this reason it is good to be prepared with appropriate footwear. The sea is quite deep. In the[…]

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Vythouri beach Euboea Island

vythouri beach evia

The beach Vythouri is a magnificent beach with crystal clear turquoise waters behind Dirfis washed by the Aegean Sea.The beach and the bottom are small pebbles. The beach is very small and rarely see many people.   Nor is there a nearby restaurant or cafe, nor about what it would[…]

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Euboea (Evia) the second-largest Greek island

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    Euboea or Evia[1] (/juːˈbiːə/; Modern Greek: Εύβοια, Evvoia; Ancient Greek: Εὔβοια, Eúboia) is the second-largest Greek island in area and population, after Crete. The narrow Euripus Strait separates it from Boeotia in mainland Greece. In general outline it is a long and narrow, seahorse-shaped island; it is about 180[…]

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