Evia, the second largest island of Greece after Crete is an ideal and excellent holiday destination for both Greeks and foreign visitors.

Located only 80 km from Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos and is easily accessible both by land and by sea.

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 its description as a “continental island.” A verdant scenery in the north with dense pine forests, which literally end where the sea begins, mountainous Village and island-like towns with Cycladic characteristics in the south, countless beaches with crystal clear water overlooking the Aegean Sea or the Gulf of Evia, countless antiquity sites and landscapes of outstanding natural beauty, give travelers endless opportunities for all kinds of tourism.