• Rovies, the local farming village has fresh produce all year round, and as such the food is second to none, with restaurants noted for their meat and fish menus. Although ancient Rovies has sunk underwater, the current village is situated where an oracle of Apollo once stood. A Frankish tower built in 1256 by Villeharduin still stands in the middle of the village.
  • The picturesque Limni, with its cobbled streets and harbour, seaside cafés and restaurants, is the home of many an intrepid seafarer. Lively celebrations on national holidays (28 October and 25 March), a Carnival and no less than 15 days full of events during August alone!
  • Edipsos is known for its natural hot springs since ancient times. You can bathe in them today at the Thermae Sylla health spa, enjoy the nightlife and visit the ruins of the ancient town.
  • The tiny fishing village of Ilia is noted for its seafood taverns and provides a unique south-facing view of the Gulf of Evia.

One of my happiest memories

I have saved just enough of you delicious olives to share with my family on Christmas day and I will be thinking of you and beautiful Evia. My all too short stay in your superb hotel is one of my happiest memories,everything was perfect especially the host and hostess!!! Greece is not having an easy time,the whole world seams in a mess but somehow we get by. I enjoy your updates and admire your enterprise and hope all your efforts are well rewarded! Barbara J