NEA STYRA SOUTH EVIA
Evia! An area with unique natural supplies, ideal for the evolution of life and culture.
In the southern part of Evia, just a few miles east of Athens, opposite the Marathon and Nea Makri, the Municipality of Styra, occupies the narrowest part of the island offers the visitor the opportunity to enjoy the unique combination of romantic serenity of Evian with scattered islets and charming wildness of the 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.
At the peak of Agios Nikolaos or Diakofti, at a height of 450 meters, on Mount Kliosi, is the Gate of Armenians or Larneni. The castle was built on the wall of the ancient Acropolis of Styros during the Frankish period and its megalithic gate is still preserved, causing awe and admiration to the visitor.
So do not wait! On the first occasion, visit the area and let yourself tour an unparalleled journey of history and senses.