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Euboea : les meilleures activités

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Point of Interest
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Point of Interest
“After sizing up the Dragon House on Mount Oche you can embark on the hike of a lifetime on an old shepherd’s path through this gorge. Walking the Dimosari Gorge takes around half a day and the path through a forest with oaks, holly, chestnut trees plane trees and wild olive and pear trees. Half-way along the gorge is the bucolic village of Lenoseoi , while the terrain varies from a gentle valley to a rocky ravine with waterfalls and rapids. Go quietly and you may have some animal encounters as the forest is a habitat for rich birdlife including buzzards, eagles, owls and nightingales. At journey’s end is Kaliani Beach where you can cool off with a dip in the Aegean.”
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Point of Interest
“Scattered around Styra in the south of Evia are some 25 megalithic structures, all perched on hills and mountains. Made with huge slabs of grey limestone, these pyramid-like buildings have drystone walls, bound purely by weight and without any sort of mortar. They also blend with their rocky backdrops, and often hardly look man-made until you see the rectangular doorways framed by massive slabs in their lintels and jambs. The best and most researched example is on Mount Oche at almost 1,400 metres, where the lintel is four metres long and two metres wide, weighing a mind-boggling 10 tons. Ceramics found at this building go back as far as the 8th century BC during the Archaic Period, which hints at the great age of the Dragon Houses.”
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Restaurant
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Restaurant
“The food is amazingly good. The service also very very good. The prices reasonable! My favourite dish is the stuffed tomatoes! Yummy!”
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Car Rental
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Lodging
“Porto Buffalo is a seaside settlement built on the inmost part of the bay with the same name, Buffalo. It is one of the most picturesque corners of southern Evia. Some taverns serve fresh fish. Nearby Porto Buffalo is the secluded beach, Sykies Gerou, with fig trees standing almost at the water. The beach is pebbly with a western orientation. To get there: pass through Porto Boufalo and continue for 3-4km south. To get to Porto Buffalo: There is a local ferry crossing to Evia from the village of Agia Marina, a few kilometres north of Schinias. ”
2 habitants locaux recommandent
Natural Feature
“Visit Potami beach a day with less wind to enjoy the most out of it. There might be lots of waves on windy days, thus swimmers have to be very cautious!!”
2 habitants locaux recommandent
Natural Feature
Natural Feature
“ Highly recommended the boating trip with "Dikelas Dive center" to Petalioi islands. ”
2 habitants locaux recommandent
Point of Interest
“A true gem for South Evia. Very green/turquoise waters which deepen rapidly and very small white pebbles on the bottom. ”
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Point of Interest
1 habitant local recommande
Grocery or Supermarket