Welcome to magnificent Euboea, the second largest island of Greece. It is a micrography of Greece extending from Pilion to the Cyclades, embracing the eastern coast of the mainland with a view to the Gulf of Euboea, and the endless blue of the Aegean Sea….
Euboea, a true blend of contrasts, enchants every visitor. Amid imposing mountains, golden beaches and century-old olive groves, wonderful vineyards abound, thus, creating a natural landscape of unique beauty, while a cable-suspended bridge, one of the largest on the European continent, links the island with mainland Greece, in proximity to the capital of Euboea, the city of Chalkis…
Euboea’s glorious history, strewn with great civilizations associated with ancient Greek mythology and the history of Hellenism, is reflected on an enchanting canvas with numerous archaeological sites, such as the Temple of Artemis Aulideia, the ancient theatre and the archaeological museum of Eretria. Impressive Roman baths, Byzantine churches, medieval fortresses, monasteries, and the pilgrimage site of St Ioannis the Russian.
The island known for the globally unique tidal phenomenon of the Euripus Strait, its vibrant nightlife, excellent cuisine, clear blue waters and splendid beaches, as well as its lodging establishments, either traditional guesthouses or luxury hotels which ensure a pleasurable stay to visitors, is a favorite year-round cosmopolitan destination.