Villages & Cities

Villages & Cities

Agioi Apostoloi

( 1350 m )

Agioi Apostoloi Village, nestled along the scenic Aegean Sea, is a picturesque fishing village with a harbor for boats. Here, you can find many traditional taverns and bars. The local beach boasts a unique charm with crystal clear waters. complemented by an array of charming local shops, inviting visitors to indulge in delectable culinary delights, aromatic coffees, and refreshing beverages. At the village center you can find super-markets, bakeries and a pharmacy.


 ( 2 km ) 

Nestled in the embrace of Greece’s pastoral landscapes, Petries Village stands as a haven of rustic charm and timeless tranquility. It is reminiscent of the Cyclades and has unique food and drink options. If you find yourself in the square, it is worth having a meal under the plane trees, as there are a lot of tavern & bars. Surrounded by rolling hills and olive groves, Petries exudes a serene ambiance, offering a peaceful escape from the demands of modern life. Petries Village takes pride in preserving its heritage, with well-preserved architecture and historical landmarks that echo the region’s rich history. Regular community events and festivals, celebrating local traditions, weave a sense of togetherness into the fabric of Petries, making it a charming and welcoming destination where the pace of life slows down, and the spirit of community thrives. For hiking lovers, he trail of Byros begins here.


( 40 min )

Eretria, nestled along the captivating shores of the Aegean Sea, is a picturesque Greek village that effortlessly blends ancient charm with coastal beauty. Cobblestone streets wind their way through the heart of the town, flanked by whitewashed buildings adorned with vibrant bougainvillea, creating a postcard-perfect scene. Surrounded by olive groves and overlooking the azure waters, Eretria exudes tranquility and offers a serene escape. The village square, shaded by ancient trees, serves as a gathering point where locals and visitors mingle, sharing stories against the backdrop of a historic fountain. Eretria’s coastal charm extends to its seafood tavernas, quaint boutiques, and artisanal shops, each contributing to the village’s unique character. With its rich history evident in well-preserved archaeological sites and ancient ruins, Eretria stands as a testament to Greece’s enduring legacy. Regular festivals, celebrating local culture and traditions, create a sense of community, making Eretria a haven where the past and present harmoniously coexist in a warm embrace by the Aegean Sea.


( 40 min )

Nestled on the northeastern coast of the island of Euboea, Kimi stands as a captivating Greek coastal town, blending historical allure with breathtaking maritime beauty. Winding through the heart of the town, cobblestone streets are lined with traditional houses painted in shades of white and blue, creating a quintessential Greek postcard scene. Overlooking the Aegean Sea, Kimi’s charm extends to its seaside promenade, where locals and visitors enjoy panoramic views and the gentle breeze from the sea. The central square, surrounded by charming cafes and tavernas, serves as a gathering spot for animated conversations against the backdrop of a historic fountain. Kimi’s rich maritime heritage is evident in its fishing boats bobbing in the harbor and the aroma of fresh seafood wafting through the air. With well-preserved historical sites and ancient ruins dotting the landscape, Kimi seamlessly weaves together the threads of its past and present. Festivals celebrating local traditions and cultural events contribute to the sense of community, making Kimi a delightful haven where history, coastal beauty, and a warm community spirit come together harmoniously.


 ( 60 min )

Karystos, a hidden gem on the southern tip of the island of Euboea, invites visitors to explore its unique blend of history, natural beauty, and coastal charm. Cobblestone streets wind through the heart of the town, flanked by neoclassical buildings that reflect its rich history. Overlooking the deep blue waters of the Aegean Sea, Karystos boasts a picturesque waterfront where fishing boats sway gently in the harbor. The town square, shaded by ancient trees, serves as a lively meeting point, surrounded by cafes and tavernas that offer a taste of local cuisine. Karystos’ coastline, with its sandy beaches and rugged cliffs, provides a stunning backdrop for leisurely strolls and seaside relaxation. Historical landmarks, including medieval castles and ancient ruins, add layers to the town’s narrative, inviting exploration. Festivals celebrating local traditions and cultural events create a sense of community, making Karystos a coastal haven where the past and present converge amidst the beauty of the Aegean landscape.


( 60 min )

Chalkida, situated on the island of Euboea in Greece, is a captivating coastal town with a rich history and natural beauty. Linked to the mainland by the Evripos Bridge, Chalkida is renowned for its unique tidal phenomenon—the swift change of direction in the flow of its strait every six hours. This picturesque town boasts a charming waterfront lined with cafes and restaurants where visitors can savor delicious Greek cuisine while enjoying breathtaking views of the sea. Steeped in ancient mythology and history, Chalkida is home to archaeological sites, including the ancient temple of Artemis. The town’s vibrant atmosphere, historic sites, and scenic surroundings make it a delightful destination for those seeking a blend of culture and seaside relaxation.


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