Evia, the second largest island of Greece and the third in the eastern Mediterranean, is located close to the Prefecture of Attica. However, it has a somewhat mainland character, since two bridges that link it to mainland Greece, called "Sterea Ellada”. The prefecture of Evia (which also includes the island of Skiros), is next to the prefecture of Viotia on the east and on the south touches the Aegean Sea, on the north and northwest to the Pagasitiko and Maliako Gulf, while on the west and southwest with the north and south Evian Gulf. Evia has wonderful beaches, a pleasant climate, renowned monuments, many thermal sources and tasty food and is, therefore, a popular and nearby destination for the inhabitants of Athens.
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Aidipsos is probably the most famous spa-town in Greece!
Aidipsos, thermal springs, the power of nature at the man’s service
History tells that during the Revolution of 1821, Boulovinena, wanting to avoid the Turks, fell into it and has since been named after it.
The most impressive of all the Drakospita of Evia is the one located on Mt Ochi, at an altitude of 1389 metres, above the town of Karystos.
A very challenging archaeological wonder lies in the area of Southern Evia: it’s the 25 famous huge constructions called Drakóspita (=Dragonhouses)
The winds blowing are mostly northern winds and particularly strong for most of the summer.
Hiliadou Beach, is a long sandy beach at the foothills of Dirfi mountain, both nudists and non-nudists.
It is a long sandy beach at the foothills of Dirfi mountain in central Euboea and attracts a lot of tourists daily,