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Explore historic Acropolis and Athens by go at morning and return Marmari at evening. The Acropolis is an ancient citadel located on a rocky outcrop above the city of Athens, Greece. The site contains several ancient buildings and structures, the most famous of which is the Parthenon, a temple dedicated to the goddess Athena. The Acropolis was first built in the 5th century BCE and has undergone several phases of construction and renovation over the centuries.


The Acropolis was a significant center of religion, politics, and culture in ancient Greece. It served as a symbol of Athens' power and prestige and was the site of many important events in Greek history. Today, the Acropolis is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a popular tourist attraction, drawing millions of visitors each year. It is also an important symbol of Greece's cultural heritage and a reminder of the country's ancient past.


Scuba Diving

The turquoise waters and life under water creating a dreamy setting. It is the first choice for snorkeling and scuba diving.

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Dragon Houses

The Dragon Houses of Mount Ochi are a group of megalithic structures located on the Greek island of Euboea, specifically in the area between the villages of Styra and Karystos. The structures, which date back to the 6th century BC, are also known as the Drakospita, which means "dragon houses" in Greek.

The Dragon Houses are made up of large, roughly-hewn stones that have been stacked on top of one another without the use of mortar. They are notable for their unique construction and design, which includes tall, narrow doorways and windows, and large, flat roofs.There are several theories about the purpose of the Dragon Houses, including that they may have been used as tombs, temples, or defensive structures. However, their exact function remains unknown.


The Dragon Houses are located in a remote area of Mount Ochi and are accessible only by foot. They are a popular destination for hikers and adventurers, and offer stunning views of the surrounding landscape.


Kite Surf

The small straight in between Evia island on the spot of Great sand beach of Marmari and the Petali Islands create a Venturi effect. It mainly works with the northern Meltemi wind. You can expect winds from 15 to 35 knots. So, 12 to 7 meter kites would be a good choice to bring with you however 9’s are the most common size used. The spot can also work with South, West and North West winds. See here the weather of Marmari.


Dimossari Gorge

The Dimosari Gorge is a scenic natural Gorge, is known for its beautiful landscapes, lush vegetation, and crystal-clear waters. The gorge is home to a variety of wildlife, including birds, reptiles, and mammals, and is a popular destination for hikers and nature lovers.

A walking destination for the ever-increasing number of hikers in the area. The most attractive and less arduous route starts from Petrokanalo Pass and descends northwards. After a downhill hiking it reaches the beach of Kallianou. The trail is passable and well-marked. Offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.



Line and rod fishing from the shore, hand lining from a boat, underwater fishing amateur long line fishing are some of the options that you have, in the bay of Marmari and the coasts of Evia. There is a great variety of fish: dentex, pandora, perch, gilthead seabream, grouper, bogue, saddled seabream, striped sea bream, octopus, white seabream and more.

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Petalioi Islands 

Petalioi islands are a complex of ten small islands, and their names are: Megalonisos, Chersonisi, Avgo, Lamperousa, Louloudi, Makronisi, Pontikoniso, Praso, Tragos and Founti. The largest of them is Megalonisos.


The islands are known for their natural beauty, crystal-clear waters, and diverse marine life, making them a popular destination for diving and snorkeling. The islands are protected by the Natura 2000 network, and visitors are encouraged to respect the natural environment and the fragile ecosystem of the area.


Cyclades Andros Tinos Syros

From port of Karystos exist ferry that connects Cyclades with Evia, and goes to Andros, Tinos, Syros. Andros island is 40 minutes away so someone from South Evia can make a visit to them. Tinos is specially known for Christians as has the major Marian Shrine in Greece the Holy Church of the Virgin Mary Evangelistria.

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 Holy Church of the Virgin Mary Evangelistria

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