The large island of Evia is famous for its fantastic beaches. Small or large, organized or secluded, the beaches of Evia are wonderful places to spend a long day under the sun. Discover our best beaches of Evia.We have made a selection of the most popular and beautiful 20 beaches of Evia, that any visitor should not miss at any case
The beach of Dafni is only 32 km from Halkida and 110 km from Athens.It is the ideal destination for a short break from the hustle and bustle of the city, offering moments of relaxation and tranquility.Just 5 min from Eviafoxhouse
Vythouri Beach Glyfada attracts the interest of nature lovers while the sea, dark with the reflection of black pebbles and black coarse sand creates a unique landscape. Due to the peculiarity of the beach, the sun only sees her for 6 hours in the summer.Just 45min from Eviafoxhouse
Petali Beach in the heart of Evia is a sandy beach and a small pebble beach on the Aegean! The beach is quite wide and the route for our access is impressive!Just 45min from Eviafoxhouse
Chiliadou is a sandy and pebbly beach of all sizes in central Euboea, on the side facing the Aegean Sea and connected to the foothills of Mount Dorfi. It is north oriented, so it is often exposed to strong winds.Just 1hr from Eviafoxhouse
Limnionas is one of the locals’ favorite beaches due to the clean sea, which is why many prefer it while its reputation is spreading.Limnionas is located on the eastern side of Evia , very close to Psachna .Above the beach there is a beach bar and tavern to provide guests with the essentials.Just 40min from Eviafoxhouse.
Vlachia beach is located on the northeast side of Evia, just outside Prokopi, on the road to Pili. The beach is pure with unspoilt natural beauty. The beach is sandy and the bed is pebbly, with crystal clear turquoise waters. Just 45min from Eviafoxhouse
The Beach Sarakiniko is a beautiful beach in Central Evia shortly after the beach of Vlachia. The coast and at the bottom are black pebbles and coarse black sand especially towards the end of paralias.Ta dark pebbles and other rocks that are around the beach are what make it unique and different from many beaches of Evia.Just 45min from Eviafoxhouse
Kalamos is essentially 2 beaches next to each other with fine white whitewash !!!, the good and the bad as the locals call them, which are separated by a rock.Amazing beach one of the most beatiful beach in Evia.
Armyrichi Beach (Almyrichi is mistakenly called) consists of sand and small rocks. It is located in a cove and is therefore relatively protected from the South but also the North of the Aegean
Agia Anna beach
One of the largest beaches of Evia. Overlooking the endless horizon, the beach of Agia Anna also known as (Angali) is an excellent choice for swimming. The sea is deep, the seabed is sandy, and the beach is coarse sand and crystal clear pink. On the north side of the beach there is a natural cove of rocks, where the locals have turned it into a small harbor.
Probably the most organized and the largest of northern Evia. Pefki with its beach is the main holiday destination in northern Euboea, 4-5 kilometers wide with high sand, pebbles, small stones, allowing the visitor to choose whichever part they like.
In the northern Euboean gulf, between Kamena Vourla and Euboea, is a cluster of islands, which the locals call Seychelles. They are Lihadonisia, a cluster of small islands that emerged after a major earthquake thousands of years ago.
Small white pebbles and dazzling emerald waters can be found at another one of Evia’s top beaches. Zarakes Beach lies roughly 3 kilometres outside the village of the same name. Its crystalline waters deepen quickly and the strong winds and large waves that are usually found within the area make it less than ideal for small children. A few tavernas can be found behind the beach, though aside from that, it’s unorganized.
About five kilometers from the Holy Apostles, after the Petries, Cheromilos is one of the most beautiful beaches of Evia. Light pebbles cover most of it and thick sand on its south side. The crystal clear waters deepen, giving swimmers a taste of the Aegean.
A favorite destination for those who love water sports and especially surfing, as the northern winds give “air to their sails”. It is located near Marmari and is famous for its deep waters and strong currents.
Is one of the most inaccessible beaches of Evia. Thapsas beach is located in central Evia and is one of the most inaccessible on the island. Upon arrival you will notice a very beautiful beach with serene transparent waters and very fine sand. The scenery captivates you, as the coastline is set through a forest of tamarisk trees and steep slopes. You will definitely need 4 × 4 to get there as it has about 10km of rugged dirt. Completing the route however will pay you off
The beach of Agios Dimitrios is a beach of rare beauty on the south side of Evia and is surrounded by the Aegean Sea. The waters are turquoise and the sea deepens rapidly. At the bottom of the sea there are very small white pebbles.
Korasida is a pebble beach resembling a drizzle and crystalline, turquoise waters (a perfect combination of mountain and sea). This beach is one of the most picturesque in Greece
Next to Kimi, this beach combines blue and green, as the vegetation reaches up to a breath of Aegean waters.
Another popular bathing spot near Marmari is the dazzling beach of Zastani. Its crystalline waters contrast with the white stones which line the beach and seabed here.