The shape of Megali Ammos Beach in Marmari is constantly changing with the wind and the sea.
For the more adventurous the Greece lovers: go out to the south of Evia! Huh? Where? Evia is after Crete the largest island of Greece and even manages to surprise its own population. In particular, a stay in the south is a party, especially if you want to encounter few tourists and loves traditional Greece.
You can Evia difficult overlook. So long and right on the shore of the Athenian Riviera. You get there by a ferry from the mainland or from a bridge at Halkida. But despite its size and its convenient proximity to Athens, the island and especially the southern part has so far managed to escape the mass tourism.
The bay of Karystos. A fairly wide sandy beach with a few cozy bars.
Direction Paximadi you may find the most beautiful sandy beaches and bays. The sea water will gradually down here and the water is beautifully clear. There are no facilities, so bring a well-stocked picnic basket with you!
There are currently in South Evia ‘three non-finished Roman pillars “, also referred to as columns. You can made a beautiful walk here. Did you know that a lot of construction on the Italian island of Cilicia, are built with marble of Karystos? During this hike you will learn more of these facts.
Agios Dimitrios Beach
Agios Dimitrios (on the southern Gulf of Evia). Provide a jeep, because it is a bumpy, steep road towards the beach. In any case you must have a little guts for this ride down.
Halambro at Cavo D’Oro. Ideal for snorkel diving enthusiasts.
Cavo d’Oro – This is the most authentic part of Evia; small hamlets with old stone houses, churches in blue and white and the beaches you see in the distance. It is also called the Golden Cape and a visit should not be missed if you stay in Marmari and Karystos. It belongs to the hinterland of the south and it is as if time has stood still.