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LOCAL ESCAPES & ADVENTURES

deep canyons, rich forests, streams and rivulets and amazing flora. The beautiful ravine of Boulovinenas or Arapi, 3 km west of Agia Anna, is just a 20' hike from the road, ideal for a brief walk in the lush foliage of the area. More advanced hikers can continue along its river, a route that includes walking into up to 1m of water The Agali ravine is perfect for an introduction to canyoning, or a more serious hike, and lots of hikers associations choose it for its introductory and advanced routes, that includes rappelling as well Above Rovies, at Drimonas, the hike to the Drimonas waterfalls, well signalled and with ropes and bridges in the more tricky spots, rewards hikers with a beautiful route that ends in a 15m waterfall and pond. The most popular mountain hikes in the area, are all beginner's level and include the Drimonas – Ksiron Oros route (3,5 hrs), the Agios – Prokopi route (5,5 hrs), the Pili – Pixaria route (2hrs) and the Kastaniotissa route (2hrs), all of which pass through forests, lonely chapels and fresh brooks. For a little less effort, the Kireas plane tree forest, further to the south, lies along the course of the Kireas river. At Paraskevorema, the oldest of the plane trees stands tall at 30m, and it's well worth asking the locals about all the legends and the fairytales that surround the ancient tree. If you are more comfortable in the water, in north Evia you can enjoy scuba diving and a multitude of water sports: in Lichadonisia, the scuba diving center will get you initiated in the beauties of the underwater world of the north Aegean, one of the most rich scuba sites in Greece, while in the Limni area, the local warm wind phenomenon creates a perfect spot for kite surfing and windsurfing while in the calm waters of that area make it perfect for paddling too!

The unique scenery, stunning beaches, and the crystal blue seas, make Sporades Islands an ideal destination for a day cruise, from those filled with fun and adventure, to holidays of pure peace and relaxation. Skiathos is a beautiful island, a unique proposal to navigate the narrow alleys of the islands and to swim in the emerald waters of the most famous and beautiful beaches.

LOCAL ESCAPES & ADVENTURES

deep canyons, rich forests, streams and rivulets and amazing flora. The beautiful ravine of Boulovinenas or Arapi, 3 km west of Agia Anna, is just a 20' hike from the road, ideal for a brief walk in the lush foliage of the area. More advanced hikers can continue along its river, a route that includes walking into up to 1m of water The Agali ravine is perfect for an introduction to canyoning, or a more serious hike, and lots of hikers associations choose it for its introductory and advanced routes, that includes rappelling as well Above Rovies, at Drimonas, the hike to the Drimonas waterfalls, well signalled and with ropes and bridges in the more tricky spots, rewards hikers with a beautiful route that ends in a 15m waterfall and pond. The most popular mountain hikes in the area, are all beginner's level and include the Drimonas – Ksiron Oros route (3,5 hrs), the Agios – Prokopi route (5,5 hrs), the Pili – Pixaria route (2hrs) and the Kastaniotissa route (2hrs), all of which pass through forests, lonely chapels and fresh brooks. For a little less effort, the Kireas plane tree forest, further to the south, lies along the course of the Kireas river. At Paraskevorema, the oldest of the plane trees stands tall at 30m, and it's well worth asking the locals about all the legends and the fairytales that surround the ancient tree. If you are more comfortable in the water, in north Evia you can enjoy scuba diving and a multitude of water sports: in Lichadonisia, the scuba diving center will get you initiated in the beauties of the underwater world of the north Aegean, one of the most rich scuba sites in Greece, while in the Limni area, the local warm wind phenomenon creates a perfect spot for kite surfing and windsurfing while in the calm waters of that area make it perfect for paddling too!

The unique scenery, stunning beaches, and the crystal blue seas, make Sporades Islands an ideal destination for a day cruise, from those filled with fun and adventure, to holidays of pure peace and relaxation. Skiathos is a beautiful island, a unique proposal to navigate the narrow alleys of the islands and to swim in the emerald waters of the most famous and beautiful beaches.

ÉVASIONS ET AVENTURES LOCALES

Pour des randonnées, des voyages en voiture, des balades à cheval (consultez- nous) et même pour les sports extrêmes, la nature de l'Eubée du nord offre le paysage le mieux adapté : de profondes gorges, de riches forêts, des ruisseaux et une flore étonnante. Le beau ravin de Boulovinaina ou Arapis, à 3 km à l'ouest d'Agia Anna, une petite marche de 20 minutes de la route, idéal pour une brève promenade dans la végétation luxuriante de la région. Les randonneurs aguerris peuvent continuer le long de la rivière, sur un chemin qui comprend une traversée de 1m d'eau. Le ravin d'Agali est parfait pour les débutants en canyoning, ou une randonnée plus avancée, et plusieurs associations de randonneurs le préfèrent pour ses chemins avancés et introductifs, y compris le rappel au-dessus de Rovies, à Drimonas, la randonnée aux chutes de Drimonas, bien balisée et avec des cordes et ponts pour les points difficiles, qui récompense les randonneurs avec une belle route qui mène à une chute d'eau de 15m et une piscine naturelle. Les randonnées en montagne les plus populaires dans la région, sont toutes de niveau pour débutants et comprennent les randonnées Drimonas - Ksiron Oros (3,5 heures), Agios- Prokopi (5,5 heures), Pili - Pixaria (2h) et Kastaniotissa (2h), qui passent à travers les forêts, les chapelles isolées et les ruisseaux frais. Pour un peu moins d'effort, la forêt de platanes de Kireas, plus vers le sud, se trouve le long du cours de la rivière de Kireas. À Paraskevorema, le plus ancien platane se dresse fièrement à 30m, et ça vaut la peine de demander aux habitants des environs toutes les légendes et les contes de fées qui entourent le vieil arbre. Si vous êtes plus à l'aise dans l'eau, dans le nord de l'Eubée, vous pouvez profiter de la plongée et d'une multitude de sports nautiques : à Lichadonissia, le centre de plongée vous initiera dans les beautés du monde sous-marin de l'Egée du Nord, l'un sites de plongée les plus riches en Grèce, tandis que dans la région de Limni, le phénomène local de vent chaud crée un endroit idéal pour le kite surf et la planche à voile tandis que les eaux calmes de cette région sont parfaites pour l'aviron.

Le paysage unique, les plages superbes et les mers bleues cristallines, font des îles Sporades une destination idéale pour une croisière d'une journée, pour passer des vacances remplies de plaisirs et d'aventures, dans un état de paix et de détente. Skiathos est une île magnifique, une proposition unique pour naviguer dans les ruelles étroites des îles et nager dans les eaux émeraude des plages les plus célèbres et belles.

MUSEUMS

Agia Anna Local History Museum
In the village of St. Anna in operation since 1981 Folk Museum with traditional costumes, jewelry, textiles, agricultural, household and other tools and objects used in daily lives of the residents. Recently the museum was moved to a better and more comfortable and enriched with more exhibits. The Folklore Museum of St. Anne, the visitor can admire including the unique Agianniotiki costume, worn until a few years throughout the surrounding area and will be informed about the habits, mode of life and history the years of Ottoman rule until today. In Greek folklore the agianniotiki traditional attire has its own dedicated page. Today examples of male, female and child costume agianniotikis exposed to the Folklore Museum of St. Anna. The men's clothing was a key feature of the classical Greek foustanela with vest, yet highly sophisticated in terms of embroidery. The segouni a basic female garment with embroidered shirts and podies.Ta children from 3-12 years wore colorful "wool" that had been woven on looms locals, colored woolen skirts and knit cuffs, decorated with various designs stitch.

38.858506, 23.401757 


Chalkis Archaeological Museum
The Archaeological Museum of Chalkis housed in a building from the early 20th century and brings together findings from all over Evia. The exhibits are arranged chronologically from the Palaeolithic to the Late Roman period and from excavations in Evia.


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Museum of Petrified Mammals of Kerasia 
The Dozens of petrified mammals and invertebrate along with several fossils are of great interest to both the general and scientific communities. As Kerasia is home to one of Europe's few petrified forests, the museum is one of the region's most significant and widely visited.

38.911209, 23.324853


Byzantine museum of Halkida
The Byzantine museum of Halkida housed in the castle of the city with an important collection of stone sculptures from the Byzantine period of the city and from the Venetian period and later periods of Ottoman occupation and the modern Greek state.


Nautilus museum 
The museum of shells, rocks and sea findings "Nautilus", in Agiokampo Edipsos, North Evia, created to bring the visitor in contact with the marine world. The museum includes a hall with projections for the juvenilia life billions of years ago and how it affected the culture of later generations.

38.9323427, 23.0379291

MUSEUMS

Agia Anna Local History Museum
In the village of St. Anna in operation since 1981 Folk Museum with traditional costumes, jewelry, textiles, agricultural, household and other tools and objects used in daily lives of the residents. Recently the museum was moved to a better and more comfortable and enriched with more exhibits. The Folklore Museum of St. Anne, the visitor can admire including the unique Agianniotiki costume, worn until a few years throughout the surrounding area and will be informed about the habits, mode of life and history the years of Ottoman rule until today. In Greek folklore the agianniotiki traditional attire has its own dedicated page. Today examples of male, female and child costume agianniotikis exposed to the Folklore Museum of St. Anna. The men's clothing was a key feature of the classical Greek foustanela with vest, yet highly sophisticated in terms of embroidery. The segouni a basic female garment with embroidered shirts and podies.Ta children from 3-12 years wore colorful "wool" that had been woven on looms locals, colored woolen skirts and knit cuffs, decorated with various designs stitch.

38.858506, 23.401757 


Chalkis Archaeological Museum
The Archaeological Museum of Chalkis housed in a building from the early 20th century and brings together findings from all over Evia. The exhibits are arranged chronologically from the Palaeolithic to the Late Roman period and from excavations in Evia.


38.463392, 23.593430


Museum of Petrified Mammals of Kerasia 
The Dozens of petrified mammals and invertebrate along with several fossils are of great interest to both the general and scientific communities. As Kerasia is home to one of Europe's few petrified forests, the museum is one of the region's most significant and widely visited.

38.911209, 23.324853


Byzantine museum of Halkida
The Byzantine museum of Halkida housed in the castle of the city with an important collection of stone sculptures from the Byzantine period of the city and from the Venetian period and later periods of Ottoman occupation and the modern Greek state.


Nautilus museum 
The museum of shells, rocks and sea findings "Nautilus", in Agiokampo Edipsos, North Evia, created to bring the visitor in contact with the marine world. The museum includes a hall with projections for the juvenilia life billions of years ago and how it affected the culture of later generations.

38.9323427, 23.0379291

MUSÉES

Agia Anna Local History Museum
In the village of St. Anna in operation since 1981 Folk Museum with traditional costumes, jewelry, textiles, agricultural, household and other tools and objects used in daily lives of the residents. Recently the museum was moved to a better and more comfortable and enriched with more exhibits. The Folklore Museum of St. Anne, the visitor can admire including the unique Agianniotiki costume, worn until a few years throughout the surrounding area and will be informed about the habits, mode of life and history the years of Ottoman rule until today. In Greek folklore the agianniotiki traditional attire has its own dedicated page. Today examples of male, female and child costume agianniotikis exposed to the Folklore Museum of St. Anna. The men's clothing was a key feature of the classical Greek foustanela with vest, yet highly sophisticated in terms of embroidery. The segouni a basic female garment with embroidered shirts and podies.Ta children from 3-12 years wore colorful "wool" that had been woven on looms locals, colored woolen skirts and knit cuffs, decorated with various designs stitch.

38.858506, 23.401757 


Chalkis Archaeological Museum
The Archaeological Museum of Chalkis housed in a building from the early 20th century and brings together findings from all over Evia. The exhibits are arranged chronologically from the Palaeolithic to the Late Roman period and from excavations in Evia.


38.463392, 23.593430


Museum of Petrified Mammals of Kerasia 
The Dozens of petrified mammals and invertebrate along with several fossils are of great interest to both the general and scientific communities. As Kerasia is home to one of Europe's few petrified forests, the museum is one of the region's most significant and widely visited.

38.911209, 23.324853


Byzantine museum of Halkida
The Byzantine museum of Halkida housed in the castle of the city with an important collection of stone sculptures from the Byzantine period of the city and from the Venetian period and later periods of Ottoman occupation and the modern Greek state.


Nautilus museum 
The museum of shells, rocks and sea findings "Nautilus", in Agiokampo Edipsos, North Evia, created to bring the visitor in contact with the marine world. The museum includes a hall with projections for the juvenilia life billions of years ago and how it affected the culture of later generations.

38.9323427, 23.0379291

BEACHES

Agia Anna Beach (Agali)
Agkali, the Agia Anna beach, is a long sandy eastern – facing beach with lots of natural gulfs, the ideal spot to watch the sun rise from the sea, spend the afternoon working on your tan – or your racket serve – or taste the local fish as soon as it is off the boats, in the small taverns.

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Agios Vasilios 
Saint Vasilios, two impressive beaches, a short distance the North of the South, offers to visitors a unique feeling of the unspoiled nature. This dual beach, also, is the way to the chapel of St. Basil, which is located on the peninsula.

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Ellinika Beach
Ellinika Beach is a quiet one and close to the beach of Agios Nikolaos. This beautiful beach is a real jewel, a harbour for small boats, with pine trees along the sea. Across it, there is a small island with the church of St. Nikolaos. Swimming to the island is an opportunity to enjoy a workout. The village is located on a slope of a hill covered with pine trees. Its name has derived from the Greek ("ellinika") ships which anchored at the beach before the naval battle of Artemissio.

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Mantoudi Beach
Mantoudi or Kymasi is the beach of Mandoudi village . It has a long beach with sand and pebbles. The small bridge over a small stream of water, coming from the sea and forming a small lake behind the pier, is characteristic of the area.

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Lichadonisia Beach
On the western side of Northern Evia, lies Lichadonisia, a complex of small islands which locals call the "Greek Seychelles" and are an ecologically protected area, once inhabited by a few residents, but now deserted.The biger island of Lichadonisia island complex, has an organized sandy beach, with small rocks on the sides. The smaller islands have unorganized sandy beaches and shallowemerald waters, excellent for swimming and relaxation.

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Psaropouli Beach
Psaropouli beach is located near the village of Vasilika in North Evia which is one of the most beautiful villages visited by numerous tourists. There are taverns and restaurants with good food on the beach overlooking the sea. 

38.983339, 23.371004 

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Luscious forests, hidden canyons, crystal streams, waterfalls, pristine beaches:

north Evia is one of Greece's best kept secrets, still undiscovered by mass tourism. Endowed with amazing nature, it features sites of ecological, historical, religious and archaeological significance which, coupled with the locals' warm hospitable nature, makes it a destination that you will want to return time and again.

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drimonas waterfalls

Waterfalls,rivers, pricturusque villages, North Evia has a lot to discover

For hikes, for nature drives, for horseback riding (ask us) and even for extreme sports, the north Evia nature has the most appropriate of setting:

Byzantine museum of Halkida

Culturally rich, Evia is a heaven for those who love history

Agia Anna Beach (Agali)

From 6km long pebble beaches to secluded sandy ones just for two Evia island is beaches` paradise

The Galataki Monastery

Discover the byzantine rich history of North Evia

 

The Thalatta Seaside Hotel Experience is close enough for you to live it over and over again! Only a couple of hours from Athens, and just 82km from Volos International Airport, it is perfect for a rejuvenating weekend getaway, a two day seminar or event or a wedding or christening reception, as well as a longer vacation! How to reach us From Athens
heading towards Istiaia, follow the route Athens-Chalkida-Strofilia (without turning left towards Limni) and on the 69th km from Chalkida take the exit on your right towards Agia Anna beach. From Thessaloniki
follow the National road towards Athens. 60 km before Lamia you will find Glyfa Port in Fthiotida. From Glyfa you take the ferry to Agiokampos, Evia. Then head towards Agia Anna, following the signs Istiaia-Limni-Ag. Anna. From Skiathos Island International Airport:
-Skiathos Island to Pefki: 11 nautical miles via speedboat and then
-Pefki to Agia Anna Beach: 17km From Volos International Airport:
-Volos to Glyfa: 47km then
-Glyfa to Agiokampos: 3 nautical miles via ferry and then
-Agiokampos to Agia Anna beach: 35km Kilometric distances:
From Athens: 156 km
From Thessaloniki: 322 km