15 Thinks you must see & do in Evia Island Greece

Greece’s second-largest Island is separated from the mainland by the narrow Strait of Euripus. With a fierce, mountainous spine and roads that often degrade to dirt tracks on the coast, Evia still isn’t accustomed to tourism. But there’s much to see, as those mountains have waterfalls, gorges and can be[…]

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Chalkida the capital of Evia Island of “mad waters”

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Evia, the second largest island of Greece, lies in close proximity to Athens. Two bridges, the old “Sliding Bridge,” known as the Negroponte Bridge in the west and the impressive modern, “Suspended Bridge” provide an easy access to and from Greece’s mainland, connecting Evia with Sterea Ellada and, thus, justifying[…]

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