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Athens

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Ancient Athens, a walled city, was a powerful city-state Center of Arts, Knowledge and Philosophy, headquarters of the Academy of Plato and Lyceum of Aristotle, is widely referred to as the cradle of Western culture and the birthplace of democracy. The legacy of the classical era is still quite evident in the city, represented by ancient monuments and works of art, most famous to all of the Parthenon, which is considered a key landmark of ancient Western civilization, Acropolis and the Ancient Agora. The city still retains Roman and Byzantine monuments, as well as a small number of Ottoman monuments.

In Athens there are two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Acropolis and the Medieval Daphni Monastery. Sights of the modern era, dating from the establishment of Athens as the capital of the independent Greek state in 1834, include the Hellenic Parliament (19th century) and the Athens Trilogy, consisting of the National Library, the University and the Academy. Athens hosted the first modern Olympic Games in 1896 and 108 years later welcomed their return with the Summer Olympics of 2004. In Athens there is the National Archaeological Museum, which has the largest collection in the world of ancient Greek antiquities, as well as the new Acropolis Museum.

Delphi

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Delphi, the Navel of the Earth, one of the most famous archaeological sites of Greece. According to ancient myths, Zeus, king of the gods, after his victory over the Titans left free two great eagles, one from the east and the other from the west, from the two ends of the world. At the point where the two birds met threw a gigantic Stone so appointed Navel of the Earth, that is the center of the whole world. The ancient Theatre and the Stadium, The Sanctuary of Apollo.

The "oracle" Pythia was popular for its visionary charities, required its outcome on importance matters. Initially the oracle belonged to Gaia, who lived there with her son Python. But God Apollo killed Python and the holy place was his. The prophesies were given by God Apollo through Pythia. According to geological and chemical research the navel rock stood over a chasm from which fumes were rising ethane, methane and ethylene. These gases are known today as cause hallucinations and visions to anyone who breathed.

Meteora

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Meteora, a unique geological landscape mass of dark rocks up to 400m high. If you do not go to Meteora, you cannot understand their beauty. It is a heavenly beauty, a peculiar landscape that the visitor not only sees but feels an unexplained geological phenomenon.

The Meteora monasteries, built on the top of some of the rocks, are now the second most important monastic complex in Greece, after Mount Athos. Of the thirty that have historically existed, only six are now operating, which since 1988 have been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Edipsos

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Northern Evia is relatively unknown, incredibly beautiful, with exciting forest trails and coastline flirting with the Aegean and Evoiko to drink in the glass.

8Edipsos, a region of northern Evia which nature generously endowed with precious thermal waters to physical health and well-being of the visitor, but also incomparable natural beauty. In Loutra you can admire the restored Thermae Sylla hotel complex of the last century, the cave of Sylla, archaeological Edipsos collection housed in the mezzanine of EOT spas.

The Edipsos sulfur baths are among the warmest in Europe. The origin of this hot water is due to the great rift of the Northern Euboikos.

In the area there are about 60 sources with significant water supply from 34 to 71,2 degrees Celsius and come from a depth of 3000 meters

Therapeutic Indications: Chronic rheumatism, deforming arthritis, vertebral arthritis, neuritis, sciatica, back pain, post-traumatic ankylosis and malformations, gynecological diseases.

Prokopi with the very famous church Saint John the Russian, the relics of the Saint is kept inside. The relics of Saint John the Russian moved to New Prokopi Evia in October 1924, of the Refugee. There was settled by Greeks who came from Prokopi in Asia Minor. In 1930 he began to be built there the beauteous temple in honor of the saint, which was completed after many labors of the faithful in 1951. Then Saint transferred to the new church, where there is today. It is one of the great shrines of Greece.

Lichadonisia

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Lichadonisia consists of seven and more small islands, islets, small coves with crystal clear blue-green waters and an incredibly green landscape that make up a heaven on earth in the northwest of Evia. The islets are the result of volcanic activity. A large part of the islands were sunk by a major earthquake in 426 BC. Today they are a key destination for swimm, there are beautiful beaches and are very well organized. Access by boat.

Saint John the Russian

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Prokopi with the very famous church Saint John the Russian, the relics of the Saint is kept inside. The relics of Saint John the Russian moved to New Prokopi Evia in October 1924, of the Refugee. There was seled by Greeks who came from Prokopi in Asia Minor. In 1930 he began to be built there the beauteous temple in honor of the saint, which was completed aer many labors of the faithful in 1951. Then Saint transferred to the new church, where there is today. It is one of the great shrines of Greece.

Chalkida

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Chalkida is the capital of the prefecture of Evia. It is built on both sides of the Euripus Strait with one piece being located on the island of Evia and the other in Central Greece. On the mainland on the hill of Kanthos dominates the Venean castle of Karababa, which together with the bridge of Evripos and the unique phenomenon of change of the direcon of the waters at six hours are its most important features. It also has several remarkable and important sights.
The Archaeological Museum, the Public Central Library, the Municipal Art Gallery, the Venean Aqueduct, the Turkish Mosque, the Folklore Museum, the Skariba tomb at Karababa Castle, the Byzanne church of Agios Nikolaos and the Early Chrisan Basilica of Agia Paraskevi, in memory of which on July 26 is also the city's big bazaar.

Alykes

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Just outside of Chalkida (the capital of Evia), a crystal-clear water reminiscent of a tropical island spreads out. It is Alykes Drosia beach, which is also known as Ippokampos from the name of the first beach bar opened in the area. The organized beach with stunning turquoise waters and so sand is shallow and is suitable for families with young children who can play and make their dives afraid. It also features beauful beach bars that enhance music and invite you to an endless party. Besides the blue waters that have been awarded for years with the Blue Flag (from 2009 to today) and the comforts offered by the beach of Alykes has a beauful view.

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Chalkida

20A Aggeli Goviou
Chalkida 34100, Evia, Greece
Monday-Saturday
9 Am - 9.00 Pm
+30 22210 27515

info@palirriatours.gr

Edipsos

Ermou 19
Edipsos, Evia, Greece
Monday-Sunday
9 Am - 9.00 Pm
+30 6946 66 39 62
+30 6945 06 99 59

dmc@palirriatours.gr