Farther north, in front of the bay Almyropotamou, is the Kavaliani, considered the ancient Glafkonisos mentioned by Pliny. Between the Aegean and the Evian, a mountainous strip hosts picturesque and historic villages most of which extend along the main road that connects Chalkis Karysto and feature beautiful beaches in Evia Aegean.
The southern Evia, treasury of nature and culture, as well developed and interesting as all Euboea, boasting a very interesting personality. Can be rightly considered the easternmost suburb of Athens, while the northernmost island of the Cyclades.
Ferry L. Styron;; Agia Marina maintains a high frequency of daily communication with the coast of Attica, while using the visitor as a base the beach Nea Styra has the ability through the internal road network of South Evia to meet all its beauty: a variety of natural treasures, combining mountainous beauty and Aegean charm along with the ruins of an ancient Greek heritage will delight the visitor and has in the neighborhood of an earthly paradise he has not assess properly maybe because it is next to it.
Particularly Styra have the unique advantage to have many beautiful beaches both the Evian and the Aegean Sea in relatively small distances, while the visitor can admire the historical sites:
Styra have the privilege to be surrounded by many beautiful beaches on the Evian Gulf and the Aegean Sea. Almyropotamos, Dilisso, Nea Styra and Nimborio on the Evian Gulf and Mesochori and Tsakaioi on the Aegean coast, are easily accessible by car, a real challenge to swim in crystal clear waters.
Enjoy and relax in the taverns with delicious seafood.