Landmarks in Evia


In the centre of Karystos, a restored family mansion which belonged to the Moskhona family houses a wide range of items dating back decades ago.
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For over 25 years, the Karakostas Family has been producing award-winning wine from the vines of the beautiful Montofoli Estate just outside of Karystos.
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Within the picturesque village of Pyrgos outside of Kymi, the former mansion of Greek painter Sotiris Chrysanthopoulos has been converted into a gallery of his works and an opportunity to see what his life was like.
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Get an in-depth look on the history and mystery of southern Evia’s Drakospita as well as its numerous plant and animal species at the Centre for Environmental Awareness between the villages of Kalyvia and Nikasi just north of Karystos.
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The former residence of the famous Greek general who fought against the Turks in numerous places during the Greek Revolution is found in the small village of Triada just east of the town of Psachna.
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In the seaside town of Loutra Aidipsos stand the ruins of a Frankish tower believed to have been the residence of the former Baroness of Aidipsos and Lichada, Petronella Tokko.
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The most well-preserved Venetian tower throughout all of Evia can be found within the small town of Avlonari , approximately 15 klm. South of Kymi. Renovation took place in 1953 and today it remains a jewel throughout the surrounding area.
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A Venetian tower sits at the highest point of the village of Gymnos, just north of Aliveri.
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The village of Kipi just east of the town of Konistres is home to Evia’s largest Venetian Tower.
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The lovely village of Pissonas is home to two Venetian towers, one of which is still inhabited and referred to as the “Tower of Mostra”, taking its name from its Venetian benefactor.
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A well preserved and hauntingly beautiful Venetian tower sits in the centre of the picturesque seaside village of Rovies. The three-storey tower which dates back to the 13th century houses the community’s public collection of antique tools and objects of the town’s past.
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In the village of Kadi travellers can visit a well-preserved Venetian tower located next to the village church.
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Visitors to the coastal village of Politika along the northern Euboean Gulf should take some time to visit the village’s extremely well-preserved Venetian tower.
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Located about 15 klm. North of Aliveri, a Venetian Tower sits within the cemetery at the highest point of the village of Trachili
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South of Mount Dirfys, the village of Triada is home to a Venetian tower of unknown age.
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Two well-preserved Venetian towers stand on the hill above the area of Lilandio at Vasiliko. They date back to 1200 AD and are open to the public.
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