Mountains & Villages Of Evia


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    Discover the real Greece on the island of Evia with walks through coastal paths, forests and gorges


    Start Athens; transfer to Rafina; ferry to Evia.

    Walk through the ravine from Platanistos to the beach at Potami Bay.

    Ascend Mount Kliosi and the Acropolis of Styra.

    Walk through rolling hills and the Gourna villages, passing Roman Columns and visiting the Castello Rosso.

    Morning walk in the Bay of Marmari; afternoon free to relax on the beach or wander around Karystos.

    Morning ferry to Athens; walking tour of Athens including visit to the Acropolis; transfer back to Evia.

    Gorge walk from Mt Ohi down to the rugged East Aegean coast.

    Morning ferry to Athens; end Athens.

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    The delightful island of Evia is a real hidden treasure, close to Athens yet world’s away with old stone paths connecting quaint villages tucked-away in the mountains. This walkers’ paradise offers unique history and an authentic atmosphere as you walk past Roman quarries, aqueducts and Byzantine churches. In the summer there are plenty of opportunities for swimming at a deserted beach or a tucked away cove, and traditional tavernas and waterfront ouzo-meze shops make eating and drinking here a wonderful experience.


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    Duration: 8 Days
    Starts in: Greece
    Group Size: 4-16

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